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Two SJ Berwin Lawyers Voted in as Partners at Milbank but Decide Not to Go
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New York’s Milbank Tweed Hadley & McCloy has been looking to establish a new practice in London for a while. And now it has confirmed the partnership vote regarding two lawyers of its competitive law firm. Competition chief Stephen Kon and the fellow partner Cameron Firth declined to comment on the matter.

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Voted Into Milbank Partnership, SJ Berwin Competition Chief & 2nd Partner Opt Not to Make the Leap

  
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