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xxxxxxxAtlanta’s Morris, Manning & Martin has hired 12 lawyers and staff this year, including a seven-member timber & forest products practice group from Bryan Cave.

The Bryan Cave group is led by C. Glenn Dunaway and Stephen B. Schrock, and will represent investors in and owners of timberland in the US, Africa, Europe and South America.

The firm recently announced new offices in Beijing and Taiwan. In March, it rescinded offers to six of its incoming first-year associates, and canceled this year’s summer associate program.

  
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Morris, Manning & Martin, LLP, is 175-lawyer firm with offices in Atlanta, Alpharetta, Duluth and Savannah, Georgia; Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina; Washington DC; Beijing and Taipei.



 

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