In 1995, the Atlanta firm King & Spalding was asked by one of its major clients to open a Texas office. Oil was trading at $17 per barrel and natural gas below $2 Mcf. Still, Houston was on the rise and so K&S took the plunge. More than two decades later, its quiet, steady success has become the template for other national firms looking for a piece of the Lone Star State. Claire Poole tells their story . . .
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