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Jan 03, 2007



Speaking of lawyers and law firms, your readers might get a kick out of a recent post in The Wall Street Journal Law Blog ().

The law blog has been discussing "long-named law firms". This post mentions a Hollywood Reporter, Esq. (must be a newspaper for lawyers, eh?) story about a court battle between two law firms [deep breath]: Hirsch Wallerstein Hayum Matlof & Fishman v. Hirsch Jackoway Tyerman Wertheimer Austin Mandelbaum & Morris. Ironically, the parties were represented in court by Covington & Burling and Hughes Hubbard & Reed, respectively.


Oops, I shouldn't have but carets around that URL. Here is the link to the law blog post:

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