Law360, New York (July 20, 2017, 8:33 PM EDT) -- Berman DeValerio founding partner Glen DeValerio has left the firm to start a new one, taking a name synonymous with the securities and antitrust arena into new areas of law, including the trial work he recently found an affinity for.
DeValerio, who co-founded the former Berman DeValerio & Pease LLP in 1982, is once again co-founding a firm, this time with Daryl Andrews, who was at Berman DeValerio for nine years and is DeValerio’s daughter. The two will maintain the securities and antitrust specialty they’ve cultivated but will also make general business litigation part of their foundation, they said. The Boston-based...
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