Meh if you want to pay top dollar. There are plenty of law firms that are “good” for startups, but a Big law firm is not what comes to mind first. There’s no doubt that any legal project would be performed competently by a Reed Smith lawyer, but is a firm of that caliber necessary? Probably not unless you’re about to do an M&A or something.
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