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A handful of partners have left over the past few years, apparently looking for "greener pastures." In addition, there has been a high rate of associates turnover, likely resulting from a combination of disinterest in federal energy law and a typical motivation of Spiegel associates to enter public life as either government or non-profit lawyers.
-- Insider's Comment, January 20, 2000.



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