In the latest acquisition of an intellectual property boutique, Andrews Kurth, a 354-lawyer Houston-based firm, will hire 55 lawyers from New York-founded IP boutique Kenyon & Kenyon, which will then dissolve. The combination, although not historic in size, is significant for its symbolism.
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