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Michael E. Nannes
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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Washington, DC
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    I worked at Dickstein Shapiro full-time (More than 5 years)


    Early in my time at Dickstein, it was a great place to work. The people were friendly and the leadership was accessible and supportive.


    Partners began to leave the firm, and there was an undercurrent of worry. The firm had one round of layoffs, then another, and attorneys continued to leave the firm. Then there was a change in leadership, when the COO position was installed. This led to more restructuring and even more staff and administrative departures. Many of the people I'd worked with (including myself), opted to seek more stability elsewhere and the exodus of leadership positions continues to this day.

    Advice to Management

    I actually wish the best of luck to what remains of the management of this firm, I think hard times have only gotten harder in recent years. Also note to Glassdoor: Mike Nannes is not the CEO anymore.

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