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Well-known litigator Henry Owens III said he plans to open his own law firm this summer, taking most of the litigation department of the soon-to-be-dissolved firm of Lane, Altman & Owens LLP.
Following last week's announcement that the 25-attorney Lane, Altman & Owens will shut its doors by the end of May, Owens said he plans to strike out on his own again with about a dozen attorneys from the firm's litigation department.
Prior to his affiliation with Lane & Altman, Owens helped run a partnership for more than 25 years. In 1969, he joined two other African-American attorneys to open Owens, Dilday & Brown. Owens said the practice was eventually changed to …