A few years as partners in FisherBroyles sold Dallas lawyers Kelly Rittenberry Culhane and Grant Walsh on the concept of a low-overhead, high-tech firm staffed solely by partners who can charge clients associate-level rates.

But now Culhane and Walsh, and two Atlanta lawyers who also formerly worked at FisherBroyles, have opened Culhane Meadows with plans to refine FisherBroyles' nontraditional firm structure to emphasize more collaboration and cross-selling among partners.

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