There aren’t many firms that can say they practiced law in Texas when Texas was an independent nation. But Baker Botts traces its roots back to 1840, when Peter Gray—who would later serve on the Supreme Court of Texas—began his practice in the newly founded city of Houston. The firm...
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Halliburton's lawyers at Baker Botts have convinced the U.S. Supreme Court to review the validity...
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By opening an office in the heart of Texas's booming energy market, the megafirm created when SNR Denton, Salans, and Fraser Milner Casgrain combined is following the lead of numerous Am Law 200 firm
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