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Law360 Features Gardere's Newest Government Affairs Attorney, Royce Poinsett

12.10.14

Law360 covered Gardere's addition of Senior Attorney Royce Poinsett, longtime lobbyist and former political advisor, to the Firm's Government Affairs Practice in Austin. Joining the Firm from Baker Botts LLP, Mr. Poinsett provides crisis management counsel to businesses facing sudden legal or political threats in Texas, including public affairs controversies, investigations and legislative attacks.

"I saw an opportunity to join a growing lobby team that's second to none in Austin, and just really liked the idea of being part of a larger lobbying team that can do more for its clients at the capitol," Mr. Poinsett told Law360.

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

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