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The latest news to come through the grapevine: Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati has been shopping around Washington, D.C. for regulatory lawyers. A move by the Palo Alto, Calif. firm to the D.C. area indeed looks as inevitable as a bid for the U.S. Senate by Hillary Rodham Clinton. “We obviously have some feelers out for people with telecom backgrounds, in a regulatory sense,” responds the firm’s general counsel, Donald Bradley. The firm has five partners and 10 associates in its regulatory and antitrust practice in Palo Alto. A person familiar with Wilson Sonsini’s strategy in the D.C. area says that the firm’s search for regulatory lawyers stems in part from antitrust issues arising from the firm’s growing mergers and acquisitions practice.

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