If a spiral staircase could be added to the new lobby, Richard E. Poole really would believe Potter Anderson & Corroon had been made whole again.

Poole was the firm chairman that awful night of April 2, 1997, when a fire turned the 22-story Delaware Trust Building into a colossal torch at Rodney Square, displacing among its tenants the law offices of Potter Anderson and The Bayard Firm, then named Bayard Handelman & Murdoch.

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