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FOUR LAW FIRMS MERGE TO SERVE INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS COMMUNITY

 FOUR LAW FIRMS MERGE TO SERVE INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS COMMUNITY
 HOUSTON, March 16 /PRNewswire/ -- Four local law firms have merged to form Morris, Lendais, Hollrah & Brown, the first major firm in Houston to expand its domestic base and to additionally focus on international business law. Located at 2200 West Loop South and 10370 Richmond Avenue, Morris, Lendais, Hollrah & Brown also has offices in Paris, France and Magdeburg, Germany.
 "With the emergence of the European Community this year, the impending formation of other super trading blocs in the Far East and North America, and the recent developments in Eastern Europe, the move toward globalization of business both here and abroad is accelerating at an unprecedented pace," said Attorney David Hollrah of Morris, Lendais, Hollrah & Brown. "Our strong domestic base and our in-depth international legal expertise make us especially suited to assist clients in expanding their international scope."
 Many of Morris, Lendais, Hollrah & Brown's 47 attorneys and support staff are from foreign countries and are multilingual. For example, the firm has more foreign nationals who are also licensed to practice in Texas than any other law firm in Houston. In its European offices, the firm has 24 additional attorneys to provide strong local representation.
 Attorneys for the four firms that comprise the new firm -- Morris, Tinsley & Snowden; Lendais & Associates; Hollrah Lange & Thoma; and Brown & Fowler -- bring a broad range of domestic and international legal services to the merged entity. Major areas of expertise include general business and commercial law; banking and corporate finance; international business; mortgage lending; residential and commercial real estate acquisitions, development, financing and title insurance; real estate conveyancing; and commercial and other civil litigation.
 "Collectively, our attorneys have more international legal expertise than any other firm in Houston," Hollrah said, "which gives us a unique understanding of the special needs and legal requirements of doing business in an environment that is substantially different from our local domestic legal system. We're just as comfortable with representing clients in international real estate acquisitions, for example, as we are with assisting developers in domestic real estate projects. Morris, Lendais, Hollrah & Brown is uniquely positioned to help clients compete globally in the international business arena, which is clearly a wave of the future."
 Morris, Lendais, Hollrah & Brown represents clients ranging from international banks in Hong Kong, Switzerland and France to successful businesses headquartered in Houston.
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