Two lawyers who have long spent time in the Texas political scene are teaming up to create a new law firm aimed at representing businesses and government entities on public policy and election law issues.
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The U.S. oil and gas sector is now paying attention to cybersecurity threats and working to defend its networks and physical assets. Randy Sabett, special counsel at Cooley in Washington D.C. who specializes in privacy and data protection practice, discusses trends in protecting the oil and gas sector from cyberattacks.
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