Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan is losing a group of lawyers, led by top litigators Philippe Selendy and Faith Gay, who are joining with a group of colleagues to split off and start their own law firm.

Quinn Emanuel announced the split on Thursday, issuing a statement that explained Selendy and Gay have advised that they “intend to withdraw from the firm and set up a new firm with a handful of colleagues.” Selendy and Gay couldn’t be immediately reached for comment.

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