The lawyers who took Silicon Valley public are coming to Washington.
Last week’s arrival of a prominent California law firm with significant ties to venture capital — the second such move in the last six weeks — has ignited a scramble for clients and for lawyers to service the burgeoning high-technology market in the D.C. suburbs.
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