A month after founder Justin Kan announced he was dissolving Atrium, the legal software company backed by $75.5 million in venture capital, four of the last attorneys from the law firm side of the business have joined Crowell & Moring in San Francisco.

Jon O’Connell, a founding member of Atrium LLP who previously managed Atrium’s venture capital financing team, began looking for new opportunities when Kan announced in January that he would be shedding most of the outfit’s legal staff as part of a restructuring. The next blow came at the start of March, when Kan pulled the plug on the software side of the hybrid business, leaving a rump law firm led by Michael Melville and Michel Narganes.

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