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Law360 Features Gardere's Newest Partner, Arcie Jordan

09.10.14

Law360 covered Gardere's recent announcement welcoming Arcie I. Jordan as a corporate partner in the Firm's Austin office. Ms. Jordan joins Gardere with more than 20 years of experience advising companies expanding internationally to and from the United States. Her practice focuses on international transactional, transportation, trade and immigration matters.

"We are excited to have Arcie join our Austin office," said Kimberly A. Yelkin, who leads Gardere's Austin office. "As a leader in the industry, Arcie's proven track record and wealth of experience will be of great benefit to the Firm's international practice and to our multinational clients."

Subscribers can access the full article here. Gardere's press release welcoming Arcie Jordan to the Firm can be found here.

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