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Robins Kaplan to close Atlanta office; firm is 'working on a transition plan' for 12 lawyers

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Robins Kaplan will soon be closing its Atlanta office, which at last report listed a dozen lawyers on the attorney roster, in order to focus the firm’s efforts elsewhere.

“As a firm, Robins Kaplan has performed exceptionally well, especially over the past several years. As our clients’ needs have changed, so do we to better serve them,” says the firm in a written statement provided to Above the Law. “The opening of our three new offices—in Silicon Valley, and North and South Dakota—in the past two months supports our firm’s strength and shift in focus.”

The Minneapolis-based firm is “working on a transition plan to assist our attorneys and staff, which may include relocation to different offices,” the statement says.

See also:

The Recorder (sub. req.): “Robins Kaplan Opens Valley Office”

Sioux Falls Argus Leader: “Brendan Johnson on new law firm: ‘We’re looking to partner’”

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