Martindale Purchases Struggling eAttorney

Legal directory publisher is moving beyond its core business

, Daily Report

Julia D. Grayjgray@amlaw.comAlmost a year after eAttorney began hunting for a buyer, Martindale-Hubbell has acquired the struggling online legal recruiting company. The deal, which closed on May 29, gives New Jersey-based Martindale entry into the job market for third-year law students. eAttorney had only four employees after two rounds of layoffs and the exodus of headhunters who worked in its lateral recruiting division.

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