From classmates to partners in a high-tech firm

Durie Tangri departed a venerable San Francisco firm three years ago and took key clients with them.

, The National Law Journal


When Daralyn Durie and Ragesh Tangri left San Francisco's Keker & Van Nest to start their own firm, they weren't alone. It was 2009 — the height of the recession. Attorneys across the country, recognizing opportunities in the new economic climate, had decamped from bigger law firms to try their luck at more entrepreneurial ventures.

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