Haynes and Boone is running scared.
It’s scared of the local competition – Jenkens, Gardere, Winstead and the rest. It’s scared of the Big Five behemoths. It’s scared of breakneck – and bank-breaking – technological change. It’s scared of the barbarians at the border – interlopers from New York, Chicago, L.A. And, yes, it’s just plain scared of the future.
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