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The D.C. office of the newly combined Piper Marbury Rudnick & Wolfe is sharing more than profits these days. For the holidays, more than two dozen lawyers and support staff sorted food donations at the Capital Area Food Bank. The former Rudnick & Wolfe has served as nonprofit general counsel for the food bank since 1995. “We’re going to continue that pro bono commitment,” says Thomas Galli, vice chairman of Piper Marbury’s board of directors. “Everyone worked very hard” at the food bank, Galli continues. “And it was a nice opportunity to meet each other and to do something great for the community.”

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