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Partner Neil Martin Receives Praise for His Practice

06.29.12

Law360 regularly publishes Q&A segments with attorneys around the country, asking questions about their most challenging cases, hot issues in the industry, and others.

On June 29, Tracey K. Jaensch of Ford & Harrison LLP in Tampa was interviewed. When asked to name an attorney outside her firm that has impressed her, she discussed her experience working with Gardere Labor and Employment partner Neil Martin. Says Tracey, "...I found Neil to be extremely responsive, prepared, and knowledgeable about the client's business."

Subscribers may access the full Q&A here.

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