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Law firms beef up their white-collar practices

When Jim Mutchnik started in Kirkland & Ellis' white-collar criminal defense practice in 2000 he was only the fourth Kirkland lawyer to enter the practice. Today, about 40 Kirkland lawyers spend the majority of their time on white-collar matters."It is something we, as a law firm, want to invest in. We've grown it slowly," said Mutchnik, who worked in the U.S. Department of Justice for nine years …

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