Law360, Dallas (September 28, 2017, 5:09 PM EDT) -- By shutting down a mineral rights dispute, landing key patent victories in and out of court and turning its tenacity toward convincing the Fifth Circuit to change its mind in a major Ponzi scheme case, Norton Rose Fulbright's Texas litigators helped the firm shine.
The firm's litigation strengths, dating back to the founding of its Texas practice just shy of a century ago, are an integral and growing part of Norton Rose Fulbright's global success, and the firm is on track for a record year in that department. Complemented by savvy business and transactional lawyers, the firm serves energy, health care,...
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