One day this spring, Ernst & Young approached William McKee with an audacious proposal: Leave King & Spalding and we’ll help you start an independent law firm that would have your name – and “Ernst & Young” – on the letterhead.

Other people in the legal profession were talking about the ethics and merits of merging a Big Five accounting business with a full-fledged legal practice.

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