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After seven months of merger talks, Kirkpatrick & Lockhart has combined with Boston’s 45-lawyer Warner & Stackpole to create a firm of more than 500 attorneys. The Pittsburgh-based Kirkpatrick firm opened its Boston office 15 years ago with one partner, and through mergers and lateral hires grew on its own to 33 lawyers, who focus on litigation and investment management. Warner & Stackpole has four major practice areas: litigation, real estate, trusts and estates and general corporate, with a focus on emerging high-tech companies. The combined firm also has 70 lawyers in New York.

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