Saul Ewing Keeps Up Its Expansion of Pittsburgh Office

Firm is seeking younger litigators who can do courtroom work in matters related to its interstate pipeline clients

, The Legal Intelligencer


Saul Ewing has continued the aggressive expansion of its year-old Pittsburgh office, adding three partners and one special counsel from Leech Tishman, including its litigation, construction, and mergers and acquisitions heads. The firm's managing partner said Pittsburgh's economy is currently growing, at least in part due to the Marcellus Shale natural gas play.

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