Posted Sep 18, 2007 02:51 pm CDT
Squire Sanders & Dempsey in Miami has snagged four lawyers from a competing firm in a sign of better times.
The law firm lost five partners after its 2005 merger with Steel Hector & Davis. “Squire Sanders attorneys view the personnel shift as a sign that its turbulence in Miami is over and a disciplined expansion is on the horizon,” the Daily Business Review reports.
The new lawyers are jumping from Greenberg Traurig. They include Pedro Martinez-Fraga, chair of Greenberg’s international litigation group.
For its part, Greenberg Traurig announced it was hiring three international corporate lawyers from Tew Cardenas in Miami.