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Gardere Named Regional Powerhouse by Law360

06.13.14

Law360 recognized Gardere as one of 13 Texas Powerhouses based on the Firm's its sizable presence in Texas and significant accomplishments in regional work over the last two years.

Additionally, Gardere was recognized by the publication for its International presence. Law360 noted that Gardere was "[a]mong the first U.S. firms to open a full-service Mexico office," and that the Firm "has recently represented Brightstar de Mexico SA de CV, Spectrum Brands Inc. and Ford Credit de Mexico SA de CV in complex tax cases, as well as defending Stewart Title Guaranty Co. in litigation against Citigroup Global Markets Realty Corp. and a Mexican hotel developer in a case tried in the U.S. under Mexico law."

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