In the legal field, as in any other profession, not all business relationships pan out, as the ever-shifting array of firms and their component lawyers attests.
But the breakup of a new, high-powered black business shop in Atlanta seems more like a nasty divorce than a personnel move, complete with litigation in two counties, a money squabble, allegations of past and unrelated wrongdoing — even a 911 “disturbance” call to the police.
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