Kashino, Marisa M.
December 2011
Washingtonian Magazine;Dec2011, Vol. 47 Issue 3, p70
The article focuses on the Washington, D.C. law firms Hogan & Hartson and Howrey. The firms held offices that are in close proximity to each other near the Metro Center and both employs lawyers who earn six figures paychecks. However, Howrey was not able to survive the competition as it closed and filed for bankruptcy in 2011. Debt worth 49 million U.S. dollar from Citibank, 8.4 million U.S. dollars in pension and 12.7 million U.S. dollars in unpaid rent are some of the reasons for bankruptcy.


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