The departure of the co-manager Nick Gravante at Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft again this week underlined the precarious position of Boies Schiller Flexner, who has already suffered the departure of nearly 60 partners since a leadership transition began last year.
Former partners and those close to the firm, in addition to industry experts with extensive knowledge of the bankruptcies of previous law firms, say Boies Schiller’s future is uncertain, although founder David Boies and partner chief executive Natasha Harrison, who is slated to become the company’s vice president next week, is trying to reassure people otherwise.
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