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Partners of Mintz Levin and Choate Form New Law Firm


Two Boston partners at well-known law firms are striking out on their own.

Lawrence Gennari and Neil Aronson are forming their own firm in Needham, Mass. It will apparently focus on corporate law, including start-up companies, according to the Journal of New England Technology.

“We really want to try something different and more entrepreneurial with a somewhat lower cost structure,” says Gennari. “It’s really kind of an outsourced general counsel model.”

Gennari, who was a partner of Choate Hall & Stewart, is bringing at least two other Choate attorneys with him to the new venture.

Aronson was formerly at Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo, where he chaired the national business and finance practice.

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