Julia Love writes for The Recorder, an American Lawyer sibling publication.
Douglas Lumish and his team of IP litigators finally arrived at Latham & Watkins on Thursday. Lumish, fellow Silicon Valley partners Gabriel Gross and Jeffrey Homrig and New York partner Michael Eisenberg gave notice to Kasowitz Benson Torres & Friedman in early February. But as they were the only partners in the firm’s two-year-old Valley office, Kasowitz — which has a 90-day notice period in its partnership agreement — decided it needed to take that time to rebuild, partner Aaron Marks explained to Litigation Daily affiliate The Recorder in April.
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