Steptoe & Johnson adds attorneys to serve mid-continent energy space

Steptoe & Johnson

Steptoe & Johnson PLLC has added seventeen attorneys to the firm’s office at The Woodlands, Texas, near Houston. The move is another step in the firm’s effort to expand in the mid-continent energy space.

Attorneys joining The Woodlands office include:

  • Kei M. Ashizawa
  • Kacie M. Bevers
  • Amy Z. Cann
  • Chavon D. Carr
  • Christina A. Denmark
  • Karen O. Donnelly
  • Zachary W. Gaver
  • Melissa Grobler
  • Taylor M. Lewis
  • Elaine McClure
  • Giustina L. Persich
  • Robert M. Scholl
  • Kelli D. Smith
  • Richard J. Steeno
  • Duncan H. Strickland
  • Ashley Howie Tallichet
  • Hameed Yusuf

Steptoe & Johnson opened The Woodlands office in January, its second Houston area location. These attorneys join Managing Member Andrew S. Graham and the existing attorneys already working from The Woodlands.

Steptoe & Johnson has fourteen offices in Colorado, Kentucky, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Texas and West Virginia.  

 

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