With the top 10 spaces filled, The Legal was still left with some prominent lateral moves in the state that were certainly worth mentioning. Some came from government and others were looking to go back. Some were starting practice areas for their new firms and others were starting new firms altogether. Some moved across the state and others just down the street.

The practice areas listed below reflect a range of work that is keeping the state’s firms busy. These laterals cover everything from white-collar criminal defense to environmental law and public finance work to the Marcellus Shale.

Ed Rendell

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