Recognizing that they're pretty different offices (OMM=~100 in DC; Cov=~500), I'm trying to decide between OMM where I've gone back, met a bunch of folks, and everyone's wicked cool, versus Cov which is on its own level (prestige-wise) and where I liked the five people I've met so far.
I'm interested in litigation, specifically white collar, health care fraud and abuse, public corruption, and congressional investigations. I can see how size of office cuts both ways, but any other input would be much appreciated.
Also, anyone know who at OMM DC might be a new white collar rainmaker now that Bunnell is leaving?
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