August 30, 2016 / 12:26 AM / 3 years ago

Kenyon & Kenyon dissolves, lawyers decamp to Andrews Kurth

The beleaguered Kenyon & Kenyon, one of the oldest names in intellectual property law, will dissolve as a firm while 55 of its last remaining lawyers join Houston-based Andrews Kurth, the firms jointly announced on Monday.

The Kenyon name will not disappear entirely, however. Though not structured as a merger, certain Andrews Kurth offices on the East and West coasts, and the firm’s beefed-up intellectual property practice, will be marketed under the name Andrews Kurth Kenyon, the announcement said.

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