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- Some of our Houston-based partners have served in the Justice Department in Washington and the U.S. Attorney's Office in the Southern District of Texas. They use their experience to counsel clients on antitrust investigations, enforcement actions, and merger reviews, and defend them in white collar criminal matters.
- Our lawyers support a broad range of community and charitable organizations in Houston and throughout Southeast Texas, with a particular focus on children and education initiatives.
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