McGinnis Lochridge Nabs Int'l Law Pro From Picard Kentz
Law360 (May 15, 2019, 9:47 PM EDT) -- Texas-based McGinnis Lochridge has added an attorney from Washington, D.C., boutique Picard Kentz & Rowe LLP with experience guiding private and government clients through everything from trade issues to arbitration proceedings.
Justin M. Cawley joins the international trade and transactions group as senior counsel, bringing with him a practice centering on issues such as trade law, human rights, compliance, anti-corruption and treaty rights, according to a May 7 announcement.
Cawley said in a statement that he has great respect for his McGinnis Lochridge partners and the highly experienced group that international trade and transactions practice chair Martin Lutz has built.
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