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Gardere's Peter Vogel Featured in Attorney at Law Magazine

07.17.14

Gracing the cover page of this month's Attorney at Law Magazine is Gardere's very own Peter S. Vogel, chair of the Firm's Internet, eCommerce and Technology Industry Team. Dubbing him an "Industry Trailblazer in Information Technology," the feature provides insight into Mr. Vogel's roles as computer programmer, lawyer, special master, teacher, mentor, and even father and grandfather.

"I came to Gardere 22 years ago, but I've only ever represented buyers and sellers of IT and Internet services," Mr. Vogel says. "When I started in 1978, few people knew what the heck I was doing!"

The complete feature on Mr. Vogel can be found here. The full digital publication can be viewed here.

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