Bishop, Barry, Howe, Haney & Ryder is about half the firm it used to be.
Since toxic tort litigation partner Douglas Wah announced to colleagues in February that he would be joining the much larger Foley & Mansfield, the ripples have carried 14 of Bishop’s 32 lawyers away — all of whom focused on toxic tort litigation.
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