Atlanta law firms are always looking for new ways to attract, maintain and entertain clients. Now, at least one major firm has begun pushing aside champagne bottles and golf clubs in favor of Danish pastries and dialogue in a new rainmaking effort.

Jeffrey K. Haidet, chairman of McKenna Long & Aldridge, says his firm has started “breakfast briefings” to lure potential clients.

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