Washington, Perito & Dubuc

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Washington, Perito & Dubuc was a United States law firm founded in 1987 as Laxalt, Washington, Perito & Dubuc. It was described by Paul Laxalt in 1987 as "essentially the Washington office" of Finley, Kumble, Wagner, Underberg, Manley, Myerson & Casey, a law firm that went bankrupt that year.[1] Washington, Perito & Dubuc disbanded in August 1991,[2][3] having lost nearly half its 110 lawyers since fall 1990, hit by the recession.[4] Laxalt had left the company in January 1990 after the firm took on the government of Angola as a client.[5] Other clients included Bank of Credit and Commerce International.[6]