Dissension may exist among some of the attorneys in the Philadelphia office of Klett Rooney Lieber & Schorling over the firm’s merger discussions with Buchanan Ingersoll, a source in the legal community said.

“There are certain — in the labor group and perhaps even wider than that — diverse views,” the source said in regard to who is for and who is against the merger.

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