One year later, law partners reflect on Barclay Damon merger
On the first anniversary of Barclay Damon, which was formed by a merger in 2015, two senior partners took a look back at their lengthy careers and shared insight on changes in their practices, the firm and the profession. Dennis McCoy, a litigator, spent most of his career with Hiscock & Barclay, one of Barclay Damon’s predecessor firms. Corporate attorney Christopher Greene began his career at the other former firm, Damon Morey, and served as managing partner and chair.
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