Maybe you’ve heard about the big “O” — the green one that’s as dear to Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe as the swoosh is to Nike.

When Orrick announced a merger with Dewey Ballantine, the New York-based firm got to lead the new name — Dewey Orrick — but the firm kept the big green O that is widely identified with the San Francisco firm.

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