For many years, the venerable law firm of Davis Polk & Wardwell was housed in a Wall Street tower with commanding views of lower Manhattan. If you remember the final scene of the movie Working Girl, when the camera pans back from Melanie Griffith at her new desk to show her as one of many employees in the skyscraper's grid, she was sitting in the real law office's lofty enclave. When the firm relocated to midtown offices near Grand Central Station, it gave up the sweeping views and ...

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