Certainly, many a fate is worse than comparison to Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, the law firm that has ridden shotgun on Silicon Valley’s wild ride. Just ask Stradling Yocca Carlson & Rauth.

Wait a minute — Stradling who? The Newport Beach firm, while nowhere near as prominent as the northern powerhouse, is trying to follow the same successful track. Like Wilson, it’s establishing a firm grip on an emerging high-technology corridor, keeping pace with the rapid growth inherent to its start-up clientele. It’s also been successful in establishing crucial relations with the venture capitalists and investment banks the maverick tech concerns need to evolve into stable corporations.

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