Continuing to Downsize, Patton Boggs Shutters New Jersey Office

, Legal Times

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Patton Boggs will close its Newark office after the firm lost almost $12 million there last year after insurance work arising from the Sept. 11 attacks dried up, according to Edward Newberry, Patton Boggs' managing partner.

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    Is the article correct in saying the firm brought in $1.8M in 2013 from an office that, as of Monday, had "nine partners, 10 associates, five of counsel and two senior paralegals"? If correct, that is less than $70K per fee earner, presuming headcounts were steady -- or declining.

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