By now, most of America’s middle class has lived through a bank merger: the shock of seeing a new name on the awning, the hassle of activating a new debit card, the occasional nostalgia for the way things used to be done. But Venable partner James Scott has been jostled more than most by the banking industry’s consolidation.
As an in-house lawyer at Security Pacific, BankAmerica, and Bankers Trust corporations, Scott was bounced through three cities in five years as his employers kept being gobbled up by larger banking conglomerates.
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