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Brown & Wood isn’t the only New York firm to disappear lately — out-of-towners have been feasting on New York firms. Last year alone, the following other firms announced or completed mergers into larger, non-New York firms: � Battle Fowler (acquired by Los Angeles’ Paul, Hastings, Janofsky & Walker) � Camhy Karlinsky & Stein (most of its partners are now at Miami’s Greenberg Traurig) � Howard, Smith & Levin (acquired by Washington, D.C.’s Covington & Burling) � Richards & O’Neil (acquired by Boston’s Bingham Dana) � Rogers & Wells (merged with London’s Clifford Chance) � Tenzer Greenblatt (merged with Philadelphia’s Blank Rome) � Whitman Breed Abbott & Morgan (acquired by Chicago’s Winston & Strawn) � Winthrop, Stimson, Putnam & Roberts (merged with San Francisco’s Pillsbury Madison & Sutro) The pace didn’t slow down in the first quarter of 2001: Walter, Conston, Alexander & Green merged with Atlanta’s Alston & Bird in January. A month later, Parker Chapin was acquired by Dallas’ Jenkens & Gilchrist.

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