White-Collar Boutiques Find Their Niche in a Crowded Market
For more than a decade, the provenance of white-collar defense work has been shifting away from boutiques to large corporate firms that have wooed prominent former prosecutors and built strong practices. Nevertheless, boutiques continue to form, prompting many in the defense bar to ask whether there's enough white-collar work to go around.
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