Rash Of IP Boutiques Look To Cash In Post-Recession

Law360, New York (February 2, 2010, 3:59 PM EST) -- When Dennis Donahue III was cut loose from Husch Blackwell Sanders LLP after seven years with the firm, he went through a period of soul-searching before he found his calling.

The former partner, who held stints as Husch’s intellectual property chair and co-chair, considered joining another firm, but he could not find a good match. He was tired of having to live and die by the billable hour, and what he really wanted was to build better relationships with clients without management getting in the way....
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