Big Law partners move to smaller firms

A few longtime large firm partners in the US have decided to leave the "Big Law" world behind in favor of smaller firms. Real estate partners Charles Naselsky and Jon Hillsberg left 500-lawyer Blank Rome to join 17-lawyer Philadelphia firm Deeb Petrakis Blum & Murphy. Meanwhile, intellectual property lawyer Thomas Durling switched from DLA Piper, a 3,000-lawyer global law firm, to Philadelphia office of Cherry Hill-based 70-lawyer Flaster Greenberg.

bizjournals.com Big Law partners move to smaller firms
Tue, Jul 21, 2009 bizjournals.com