New York’s Gordon Altman Weitzen Shalov & Wein, a midsize firm which fired 17 lawyers in July after losing a key practice group to the Manhattan office of Mayer Brown & Platt, has announced it will close its doors on Feb. 29.

The firm issued a one-sentence press release confirming the dissolution. Name partner Marc Weitzen, who was contacted for more information, declined to provide any further details.

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