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With Winds Of Change Sweeping New York's IP Firms, Kenyon Guards Its Independence

Law360 (November 14, 2004, 12:00 AM EST) -- With New York intellectual property law firms Pennie & Edmonds and Fish & Neave absorbed by larger general-practice firms, Kenyon & Kenyon is vowing not to follow in their footsteps.

Robert T. Tobin, the firm’s managing partner, insists that business is thriving and that he isn’t too concerned with mounting competition from large general-practice firm.

“I don’t make a habit of following everything that happens at other firms. What I do care about are the things that are going on at Kenyon & Kenyon, and the...
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