Some New York lawyers have gained notoriety trolling for technology clients in the bars and cyber-cafes of lower Manhattan, but those from Stroock & Stroock & Lavan, who are opening a satellite office in Silicon Alley, will be right alongside entrepreneurs every work day.

The firm staked out a small space at 55 Broad Street, the city’s most-wired building, complete with fibre optic cables, T1 lines and satellite accessibility. It is home to 80 technology-driven firms from powerhouses like IBM to Bellcore to start-ups like

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