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Bus. and Lit Group PictureRSHC has hired 11 new attorneys, including Joseph Q. McCoy, the former managing partner of the Chicago office of Bryan Cave LLP, and seven other Bryan Cave attorneys who bring significant business and transactional experience to the firm’s core strength in litigation. The firm has also hired new partner Gregory L. Curtner, formerly head of the antitrust and trade regulation and sports practices at Schiff Hardin LLP, together with a former Schiff Hardin associate, to join the rapidly growing firm. Greg is leading the antitrust and competition practice.

The hiring marks the largest-single expansion of RSHC since it was established in early 2016 and increases its already strong diversity ranks far in excess of national averages. The firm will have 66 attorneys firm-wide by mid-August.

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