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Reed Smith Financial Services Paralegals Move to Firm Client

Gina Passarella | October 31, 2014

Reed Smith has parted ways with 12 paralegals in its financial industry group in Pittsburgh in the last two weeks, with the firm acknowledging a group of paralegals went in-house to client Federated Investors.

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