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Wildman rescinded the offers it had made to 10 of its 14 incoming associates yesterday. Unlike other firms that we’ve reported on, Wildman Harrold is not offering a stipend to these suddenly unemployed attorneys. Harrold

Wildman Harrold Allen & Dixon was founded in 1967 by Max Wildman, Bernard Harrold, Thomas D. Allen, and Stewart S. Dixon. It employs 200 attorneys at its locations in Chicago, Illinois and Beverly Hills, California.

  
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