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Raymond Mullady, formerly the chair of Orrick’s litigation practice in Washington DC, is moving to Blank Rome. Mullady will handle product liability and mass torts for Blank Rome in Washington. In the past, Mullady has handled clients like the pharmaceutical company Wyeth, and says that Blank Rome’s geographic footprint is better suited to his practice.

Blank Rome LLP is the 84th largest law firm in the US according to the AmLaw 100. It employs about 500 at its eight offices in the US and Hong Kong.

  
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