December 1, 2016
The merger between Kelley Drye and environmental litigation firm Jackson Gilmour & Dobbs, P.C. was featured in the Bloomberg BNA article “Kelley Drye Merges with Texas Firm.” The article notes that the deal will employ the newly added lawyers in Houston, where the firm will go by Kelley Drye Jackson Gilmour & Dobbs through 2017. New partner William Jackson will co-chair the environmental law practice along with partner William Guerry. Bill will also be the managing partner of the Texas office. New partner John Gilmour will chair the firm’s newly formed environmental litigation practice.
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