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Law firm splits, but partners will still share office space

Partners of a Colorado law firm found they had different ideas about how to market their disparate practices.

So they decided to split Donelson Ciancio & Grant into three law firms. However, they will still share the same Broomfield offices and continue to work together when cases draw on their multiple areas of expertise, reports Law Week Colorado.

The new firms are litigation boutique Ciancio Ciancio Brown; Donelson & Stross, which focuses on business and transactional matters; and the law firm of Daniel T. Goodwin, who has a civil litigation and mediation practice.

Former name partner Cameron Grant left Donelson Ciancio & Grant about four months ago to rejoin his father in practice in Longmont.

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