Prominent international arbitrator Burton Landy, one of the founding partners of the once well-known Miami firm Paul, Landy, Bailey & Harper, has rejoined some of his former partners as senior counsel at Harper Meyer Perez Hagen O’Connor Albert & Dribin after 20 years at Akerman.

Landy, 87, known for his distinctive handlebar moustache as well as for his distinctive career, spent the last 20 years at Akerman and will celebrate 65 years in legal practice this year. He decided to make the move to a smaller firm, he said, so as to more easily avoid client conflicts in his international arbitration work.

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