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Texas Lawbook Covers Gardere's Addition of Three International Trade Attorneys

12.20.13

Texas Lawbook featured Gardere's recent addition of three International Trade attorneys to the Firm's Dallas Office: Partner Michelle Schulz, Partner Elsa Manzanares and Associate Kate Purdom. Ms. Schulz says that their clients will benefit from the resources and expertise Gardere offers in practice areas that complement their international trade practice.

"We will now be able to leverage Gardere's talent in Latin America, as well as international tax, international disputes and many other areas," Ms. Schulz said. "Essentially, we can offer a one-stop international trade service to our clients."

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