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In Still Struggling City, Indianapolis Firms Branch Out for Growth

, The National Law Journal

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The Indianapolis legal market is still struggling in a post-recession economy. Local firms that want to expand are looking elsewhere, where better opportunities — and higher billing rates — offer a more promising climate for growth. Ice Miller anticipates adding attorneys in its corporate, real estate, intellectual property and labor practices in Chicago and Cleveland, according to chief managing partner Phillip Bayt.

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Originally appeared in print as In Still Struggling City, Local Firms Branch Out for Growth

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