Skip to Main Content
Services Talent Knowledge
Site Search
Menu

News

January 17, 2024

Barclay Damon and Shapiro, Lifschitz & Shram Combination Featured in National Law Journal

The news that Barclay Damon and Shapiro, Lifschitz & Schram (SLS) have combined has garnered national attention. The National Law Journal, in “Barclay Damon Combines With DC-Based Shapiro, Lifschitz & Schram,” highlighted the two firms’ mutual long-term goals of increased geographic presence; depth and breadth of attorney experience; and practice area offerings.

Connie Cahill, managing partner, said, “We’re looking to grow the 10 lawyers we now have there from [SLS] in the IP, the regulatory, and the white-collar areas. So we think that there’s great potential for us to continue our lateral growth in DC.”

The article also noted Barclay Damon’s historic growth efforts, citing combinations from 2019 and 2015, and emphasized that the firm’s growth efforts continue. “We’re absolutely looking for combinations of small [attorney] groups, especially in what we refer to now as our four major market offices: DC, Boston, New York City, and New Haven,” said Connie.

National Law Journal subscribers can read the full article here.

Featured Media

Alerts

NYS Department of Health Publishes Amended Proposed Cybersecurity Regulations for Hospitals

Alerts

FTC Noncompete Rule Survives—For Now

Alerts

New York Trial Court Finds Uber Is Not Vicariously Liable for Driver's Negligence

Alerts

ERISA Forfeiture Lawsuits: Navigating the Emerging Legal Landscape

Alerts

EU Leads the Way on Artificial Intelligence Regulation

Alerts

End of An Era: SCOTUS Overturns Chevron After 40 Years of Deference to Administrative Agencies

This site uses cookies to give you the best experience possible on our site and in some cases direct advertisements to you based upon your use of our site.

By clicking [I agree], you are agreeing to our use of cookies. For information on what cookies we use and how to manage our use of cookies, please visit our Privacy Statement.

I AgreeOpt-Out