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Washington State’s Perkins Coie, which cut 12 attorneys and 26 staff in April, has hired seven intellectual property attorneys away from Proskauer Rose.

Proskauer Rose partners Colin Sandercock, Paul Booth, John Isacson and David Laub all worked together at Heller Ehrman before it dissolved. The join another 13 former Heller lawyers employed by Perkins Coie. They also bring with them three associates from Proskauer Rose.

Perkins Coie is an international law firm based in Seattle, Washington. The firm is ranked number 86 on the list of the world’s largest law firms by 2006 revenue and has been listed on the Fortune Magazine “100 Best Places to Work in America” for the past seven years

  
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