Kenyon & Kenyon joins Andrews Kurth


Intellectual assets boutique Kenyon & Kenyon has shown it will close its doorways in September, with its 55-robust team set to enroll in Andrews Kurth. Below the settlement, positive IP and technology practices and workplaces could be rebranded as Andrews Kurth Kenyon. Andrews Kurth will now have access to more than four hundred lawyers in eleven cities. Kenyon & Kenyon’s middle purchaser base will now have a “one-prevent” store for his or her criminal desires.

Bob Jewell, the managing partner at Andrews Kurth, stated: “It’s now not frequently that you find a firm that stocks a comparable subculture and middle values, and it has become clear early on that the Kenyon legal professionals were a terrific fit for us.” “Strengthening those practice specialties at once makes us a top-tier destination for domestic and global customers for their Highbrow belongings and era wishes.”



“We’re extremely thrilled to be a part of this exciting firm,” stated coping with a companion at Kenyon & Kenyon, Edward Colbert. “Andrews Kurth has a stellar recognition, and I am confident that with the extensive geographic attain and deep resources of Andrews Kurth, we will build on our global achievement as a full-carrier Highbrow property and generation firm.”

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