Bradley Houston Office Moves To JPMorgan Chase Tower
Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP is pleased to announce that the firm’s newly opened Houston office has established its permanent address in the JPMorgan Chase Tower, at 600 Travis Street, Suite 4800.
Bradley’s Houston office, which marks the firm’s ninth location, was launched in early October with the addition of nine construction and energy lawyers. The office, led by partners Ian P. Faria and James A. Collura, Jr., includes partners Jared B. Caplan and Jon Paul Hoelscher, and associates Christian S. Dewhurst, Ryan T. Kinder, Justin T. Scott and Andrew R. Stubblefield from Coats Rose, and partner Nathan V. Graham from Inuvialuit Regional Corporation.
“We selected the JPMorgan Chase Tower based on its location, aesthetics and accommodations,” said Mr. Collura. “It was essential for us to find space that would be convenient and welcoming for our clients and attorneys. We are thrilled to take root in the heart of the city.”
“We have enjoyed great momentum around our office launch and are thrilled to formally establish our presence in Houston by moving into this spectacular space,” said Mr. Faria. “I look forward to hosting clients and visitors in our new offices.”
Collectively, Bradley’s new Houston attorneys represent a wealth of experience and capabilities in construction and surety law, including construction litigation, alternative dispute resolution, bond and lien claims, construction safety and OSHA investigations, contract law, and construction insurance policies. The team also has extensive experience in energy law, with an emphasis on representing oilfield service companies in all facets of business development through dispute resolution and litigation. The team serves private and public sector clients in legal matters that stem from construction and development projects of every size.
The JPMorgan Chase Tower, at 75 stories, is Houston’s tallest building.
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