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Dentons offices in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Diego Radzinschi)

When you run a law firm as gigantic and far-reaching as Dentons, which is now the largest firm in the world (home to 10,000 lawyers in over 70 countries), complaints about the misconduct of partners and managers of any given office inevitably take on a local flavor.

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Vivia Chen

Vivia Chen is a senior columnist at The American Lawyer and the creator of The Careerist blog.

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