Norton Rose Fulbright Case

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Summary
Norton Rose Fulbright is multinational law firm with over 3,800 lawyers located in over 50 cities around the world. The firm provides the world’s top corporations and financial institutions with a complete business law service. Norton Rose Fulbright is known for their industry’s focus and is strong across all the key industry sectors: financial institutions; energy; infrastructure, mining and commodities; transport; technology and innovation, and life sciences and healthcare (Chambers and Partners, 2014). Norton Rose Fulbright aims to provide the maximum possible standard of legal service in each of their offices and to maintain that level of quality at every point of contact. Norton Rose Fulbright “operates in accordance with our global
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Together they “built the firms oil and gas practice into one of the world’s major energy law practices serving all sectors of the industry in more than 75 nations” (Firm History, 2014. Para.6). By the 1950’s, Leon Jaworski’s name was added in recognition of his many contributions to the firm.
1941 was the year of the major role in healthcare for what the firm was then called, Fulbright and Jaworski. As trustees of the M.D. Anderson Foundation, Freeman and Bates helped establish the “Texas Medical Center, the largest medical system in the world.” (Firm history, 2014, Para. 9) Today the firm’s health law practice is still one of the oldest and largest in the United States.
From 1990-2013, Fulbright and Jaworski have merged with several other firms around the globe to become a well respected powerhouse; 2013 was the year that Fulbright and Jaworski had their biggest merger. On June 3rd, they joined forces with Norton Rose and became what the firm is now known as, Norton Rose Fulbright becoming one of the largest global legal service firms in the world. (Firm history,
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Since the Houston office was founded in 1919, they have remained focused on their clients’ services and changing needs. Not only is their focus on the clients from a dozen industries, but their heritage also includes community service. In the past six years the firm has received the “Houston Bar Foundation’s larges legal practice award for outstanding contribution to the Houston Volunteer Lawyers Program. In addition, the Houston location has been named by the Houston Journal as a Best Place to Work among large employers two years in a row” (Norton Rose Fulbright Offices: Houston, 2014, para.2-4)

The Dallas office is located in the center of the historical art district. Since 1981, the Dallas office has served the complex legal needs of the Dallas business community and is one of the largest legal practices in Dallas. This office is strategically positioned to leverage our global platform and to handle the most significant transactions and matters throughout the world. (Norton Rose Fulbright Offices: Dallas,

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