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Ernst & Young has launched a law firm partly named after rival PwC's firm from where it poached many of its staff.
The new firm, Tite & Lewis, launched yesterday and is headed by Messrs Tite & Lewis, from PwC’s associated law firm Arnheim Tite & Lewis, which recently changed its name to Landwell.
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