Dallas-based litigation boutique Gruber Hail Johansen Shank, a firm known for its trial expertise, permanently shuttered its doors this past spring after its partners decided that given all the disruption and changes in the Texas legal market, it made more sense for its lawyers to go their separate ways.

Houston probate boutique Ostrom Morris also closed after its lawyers determined that all the structural changes in the Texas market meant they either needed to staff up or shut down and move their private wealth practice to a bigger firm with more resources. They shut down and moved to Holland & Knight.

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