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Morris, Manning & Martin LLP Adds Energy & Infrastructure Team in D.C. Office
The law firm of Morris, Manning & Martin, LLP announced via a press release that it is bringing on a three-person team in the Energy & Infrastructure sector. The team will join its office in Washington, D.C.
The group consists of Bradley Nowak, a partner; Stuart Broom, a partner; and Warren Nowlin, Senior Counsel. The group will be working with the law firm’s Environmental, Real Estate, Corporate and Tax practices.
The group used to work in the D.C. office of Williams Mullen.
The team has represented clients in more than 100 public-private partnerships (P3) over the last 30 years. The addition of the team to the firm will make it one of the leading firms in the country when it comes to offering counsel for project and infrastructure development.
“Our critical growth in D.C. must fit one of two models; the additions must either have a practice that is unique to the D.C. market and offer a service area needed by our clients, or they must broaden and deepen our existing practice areas,” said Louise Wells, the firm’s Managing Partner. “These new team members perfectly fit the second model. They will deepen our already considerable reach into the environmental field and broaden our reach into energy/infrastructure and P3 projects. They are an excellent fit and a great team.”Morris, Manning & Martin LLP Adds Energy & Infrastructure Team in D.C. Office by Jim Vassallo
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