Icon Of IP: Durie Tangri's Daralyn Durie

Law360, New York (March 18, 2016, 5:50 PM EDT) -- It was January 2009 and both the U.S. economy and the legal industry were in virtual freefall, so Daralyn Durie and a few old friends did what any logical person might do: Quit their jobs at an established firm and launched their own.

Makes sense.

"People have said to me that it was not the most logical time to start a new business," Durie said with a laugh. "We weren't scared about setting out on our own, but maybe we should have been."

After 15 years at San Francisco litigation boutique Keker & Van Nest LLP, Durie and several other attorneys...

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