Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe and Dewey Ballantine have aborted their merger amid mounting differences and a steady stream of Dewey partners leaving the firm.

“We jointly decided that given where we were on certain issues, it was time to decide or move on,” said Dewey Chairman Morton Pierce, who declined to discuss those issues. “Uncertainty is not a good thing.”

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