According to the Business Journal, Kohn, Shands - currently located in the U.S. Bank Plaza - is shopping for new space in Clayton to accomodate recent and future growth.
While losing a 16-attorney firm certainly isn't as devastating as the loss of Armstrong Teasdale to Clayton, it still stings.
One of the new attorneys joining the firm specializes in tax and estate planning for high net worth individuals, which I'm guessing may have something to do with the move.
What I don't get is why firms feel they can't serve affluent clients from a downtown location. Perhaps Kohn, Shands could be persuaded to stay downtown and keep their small (400 sf) Clayton office?