Duane Morris & Heckscher has settled a lawsuit filed against it by Chicago’s Holleb & Coff that accused the ever-expanding Philadelphia firm of improperly pilfering 11 partners last summer.

Though no terms were released, Duane Morris chairman Sheldon Bonovitz said his firm can now focus on the future of its new Chicago office.

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