It looks like some mid-sized law firm are surviving and thriving in this troubled legal economy. Ten attorneys from Deckelbaum, Ogens & Raftery, a Bethesda, Maryland law firm, will join the Offit Kurman law firm on July 1.
Offit Kurman continues to expand at a time when it seems like law firms who are not pure litigation firms are struggling. (The blog Above the Law lays out the carnage on a daily basis.)
“We are fortunate to have the ability to grow, despite the obstacles that the down economy has presented to many law firms in the U.S.,” Ted Offit, Offit Kurman’s managing partner, said in a press release.