Customers in line outside Silicon Valley Bank headquarters in Santa Clara, California, on March 13. Photo: David Paul Morris/Bloomberg Customers in line outside Silicon Valley Bank headquarters in Santa Clara, California, on March 13. Photo: David Paul Morris/Bloomberg

Silicon Valley Bank failed on Friday, March 10, after a run on deposits spurred by the bank's sudden call to raise $2 billion in capital. That weekend, many of the attorneys at Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe didn't sleep. 

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Christine Schiffner

Bureau Chief for the National Law Journal in Washington, D.C. Former newsroom manager for The Associated Press as well as for various international media organizations. Contact her at: [email protected] or follow her on Twitter: @CSchiffnerNLJ .