Final Member of Dewey's Four-Lawyer Management Team Heads to a New Firm

The fourth and final lawyer who was managing Dewey & LeBoeuf has left the law firm.

Charles Landgraf joined Arnold & Porter on Wednesday, where he will be a partner in the firm’s Washington, D.C., office, the Hill reports. An insurance lobbyist, Landgraf told the publication that Arnold & Porter is “the perfect platform” for his practice.

Another Dewey partner leaving today is Christopher Clark, who led Dewey’s white-collar defense practice, the Wall Street Journal Law Blog reports. He is heading to Latham & Watkins.

Yesterday, Schulte Roth & Zabel announced it is acquiring a group of 11 equity and real estate lawyers from Dewey, including Joseph Smith, chair of Dewey’s private equity practice. Only Smith and Marshall Brozost are joining Schulte Roth as partners.

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