During one of the worst legal recessions in decades, it would be completely understandable if Zuckerman Spaeder partner Graeme Bush pulled in his oars with the rest of the industry and waited out the storm.

Instead, as chairman of the firm’s executive committee, Bush chose to expand the firm by bringing in a group of high-profile laterals from New York, Baltimore and Washington, including Steven Cohen, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo’s chief adviser and strategist, and five top litigators from Baltimore’s Murphy & Shaffer. The move doubled the size of Zuckerman’s Baltimore office. In Washington, the firm added noted U.S. Food and Drug Administration attorney Kate Beardsley.

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