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Pillsbury Winthrop to Centralize Back-Office Functions; New Tenn. Facility Could Employ 150


Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman plans to centralize the administrative services for its 14 offices in a new facility in Nashville, Tenn., that will house up to 150 employees after it opens next year.

The chief financial officer and chief information officer of the New York City-based law firm will move to Nashville to oversee the operation, which will handle client intake, word processing and financial services, the Tennessean reports.

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