Chadbourne & Parke is planning to take “aggressive measures,” including asking some partners to leave, in response to disappointing financial results for the past year.
In a memo circulated firmwide Tuesday, managing partner Charles K. O’Neill said both revenue and profit had decreased in 2005 from the year before.
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