A hearing before 80th District Court Judge Scott Link of Houston on July 15 touched on an increasingly common scenario: an associate leaves a firm after a few years of service. Less common, though, was the fact that a firm was suing an associate claiming she had burned too many bridges on her way out the door.

In today’s fluid job market, lawyers, especially young ones, change jobs about as often as wardrobes.

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