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Gardere's Addition of Lee, Stone Covered by Law360

01.09.14

Law360 covered Gardere's addition of three attorneys from the Dallas-boutique Firm Lee & Stone. George T. Lee III and Evan D. Stone, who founded Lee & Stone LLP in 2009, have joined Gardere as partners, bringing with them Associate Rebecca Brame.

"Bringing this highly talented group of attorneys on board provides an exciting opportunity to expand our corporate and private equity capabilities," Gardere Chair Holland N. O'Neil said. "This group has a proven track record of achieving outstanding results on behalf of their clients, and we are pleased to have them joining the Gardere team."

The full article can be viewed here.

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