Five lawyers from Dallas-based Culhane Meadows have left the cloud-based firm to form a brick-and-mortar firm, Edwards Maxson Mago & Macaulay, that has offices in Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas and New York.

The new firm, headquartered in Atlanta and with additional offices in Chicago, Dallas and New York, is being marketed as EM3 Law. It was founded by partners Jamal Edwards, Susan Macaulay and Michelle Skinner, all in Chicago; Ajay Mago in Dallas, Chicago and New York; and Jim Maxson in Atlanta. The firm opened in early November, although Edwards said Maxson left Culhane Meadows in September, and he and the other co-founders left in October.

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