Gray Reed, Jackson Walker, Thompson & Knight and Winstead are ignoring the overwhelming trend to go national and are focused almost entirely on Texas. The strategy, they say, is good business, good for clients and good for the legal profession. Their success may come down to one question: Can they hire and retain talented lawyers in key practice areas who are satisfied making several hundred thousands dollars a year in compensation instead of millions of dollars a year . . .
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