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HFW Hires New Energy Partner in Houston

International law firm HFW has bolstered its energy practice by hiring Derek J. Anchondo

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International law firm HFW has bolstered its energy practice by hiring Derek J. Anchondo


International law firm HFW has bolstered its energy practice by hiring Derek J. Anchondo from Greenberg Traurig. The arrival of Anchondo brings to 19 the total number of lawyers in its Houston office, which was opened in January 2017 through a fully integrated merger with US firm Legge, Farrow, Kimmitt, McGrath & Brown.

 

Anchondo has experience, as both an in-house and private practitioner, in a wide range of energy-related matters including M&A transactions, securities issues, financings and upstream production activities. He is a fluent Spanish speaker and will contribute to the firm’s expanding Latin America practice.

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