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Beyond Boggs

Tom Boggs' firm plans for life without its legendary power broker, even as it looks to expand its reach

, Legal Times

Nobody lives forever — not even Tom Boggs. The legendary lobbyist, the man who wrote the book on government relations, turned 65 last week. Right now, Thomas Hale Boggs Jr. says he has no plans to leave the firm, Patton Boggs, he helped build into a powerhouse. But a future without Boggs has been on the firm's mind for some time.

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