Akerman Senterfitt, which always billed itself as Florida’s law firm, is stretching its horizons to outside the state.

The firm is set to open a New York City office in about a month, staffed with about 10 lawyers, and is expanding its Washington, D.C., office. Rather than acquiring an existing New York firm, Akerman plans to hire handpicked attorneys.

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