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Law360 Covers Jim Sullivan's Move To Gardere

08.12.13

Law360 covered Gardere's addition of Partner James J. Sullivan. Mr. Sullivan brings more than 25 years of experience to the Firm's Real Estate Practice Group, where he will focus on preparing and negotiating complex commercial leases for offices and retail establishments. He will also continue to represent developers, property owners, commercial landlords and tenants, and borrowers and lenders in major real estate and mortgage lending transactions.

With his experience and expertise, he will be an asset to our group and will help us remain at the forefront of the real estate industry," said Gardere's Real Estate Chair Kevin L. Kelley.

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