Dozens of law firms bit the dust this year, either through acquisitions or complete dissolutions.

Law firm brands come and go each year, as larger firms absorb smaller ones under their existing banners. Several firm names faded out in 2017, such as Chadbourne & Parke, which became part of Norton Rose Fulbright; Liner LLP, which combined with DLA Piper; Levine Sullivan Koch & Schulz and Lindquist & Vennum, both part of Ballard Spahr; and most recently Morvillo LLP, whose lawyers will join Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe in January.

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