Morgan, Lewis & Bockius has grown its New York and San Francisco offices with the addition of private investment, tax and white-collar attorneys in three separate hires.

Earlier this month, in a lateral move, the firm brought on three former Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe partners, Louis H. Singer, Jedd H. Wider and Georgette A. Schaefer, to its private investment funds practice in New York.

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