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Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher Adds Two Partners to its Dallas Office

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Gibson, Dunn & CrutcherGibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP has added two partners to its Dallas office.

Veronica Lewis and Brian Robison both join from Vinson & Elkins, where they co-led the firm’s antitrust practice. 

Lewis will continue to focus her practice on antitrust and intellectual property issues. Robison will continue to focus on antitrust law with an emphasis on class actions. 

  
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Lewis has spent over two decades handling high-stakes, commercial litigation in a broad range of practice areas, including antitrust, patent and trademark infringement, and trade secret disputes.

Robison has a wide range of experience in business litigation matters, in particular in the areas of antitrust and class actions. 

Ken Doran, Chair and Managing Partner of Gibson Dunn, was quoted as saying in a press release at the firm’s website that: “Veronica and Brian are experienced litigators, who will bolster our position as one of the premier antitrust law firms in the world and add important depth to our litigation team in Dallas. Veronica has significant trial experience in a number of areas, including antitrust and IP. Brian is highly respected in the Dallas legal community for his expertise in handling antitrust and other complex litigation matters. Both will be tremendous assets to the firm and to our clients.”

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Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher is a global law firm with nearly 1,000 attorneys and over 2,000 staff located in 15 offices around the world.



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