Sills, Cummis, Epstein & Gross set up shop in Princeton, N.J. this week, tapping into the area’s potential for pharmaceutical and medical-device clients and for recruitment of new talent — especially laterals disaffected with their current firms.

The 160-lawyer firm has taken 20,000 square feet of office space, enough to accommodate 30 lawyers, and hopes it will be a magnet for others who prefer central New Jersey’s bucolic surrounds to urban Newark.

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