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It’s often said that clients today hire lawyers, not law firms, which is why books of business have become increasingly portable since the last recession. There have been countless lateral moves, particularly over the past decade, in which attorneys decided their practices would be a better fit at a different firm, and their clients joined them in making the jump.

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Zack Needles

Zack Needles is Global Managing Editor, Regional Brands at ALM. He is also the Managing Editor of The Legal Intelligencer, Pennsylvania Law Weekly, Delaware Business Court Insider and Delaware Law Weekly. Contact him at 215-557-2373 or zneedles@alm.com. On Twitter: @ZackNeedlesTLI.

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