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The lateral affair: It's more than a casual romance

A suitor desiring a new professional relationship must act smoothly, ethically

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Making a lateral move to another law firm is a lot like having an affair. You meet clandestinely. And if the stars align and you feel sure the match is right, you face the difficult task of telling your partner—or partners, as the case may be—that it's over. Then you get down to the business of splitting assets.

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