Additional departures from Dilworth Paxson, combined with recent leadership changes—which saw former CEO Ajay Raju step away from heading the firm to work on other business ventures and take three Dilworth Partners to work with him—raise the question of what comes next for the Philadelphia-based midsize firm.
Dilworth lost two more attorneys this month, including a longtime partner and the last remains of its short-lived intellectual property practice. They are the latest in a series of lawyer exits the firm has seen in recent years.
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