The lawyers in Locke Lord's Austin office have extensive experience with real estate and financial markets, transportation infrastructure development, affordable housing, state and federal legislative issues, regulatory agencies, and healthcare and technology sectors.

    Our litigation section has worked on complex cases throughout the country in virtually every industry, and our transactional lawyers represent many of the area's most prominent financial institutions and real estate development concerns.

    We have a nationally recognized public law team with extensive political contacts at every level of government and the knowledge of how public processes work. We are actively involved with utility, natural resources, alternative energy and transportation issues throughout the state.

    Our appellate lawyers offer many years of experience in handling appeals and developing strategies for our clients, with a commitment to logical, clear and persuasive legal writing.

    A unique practice group in the Austin office is our affordable housing group. This group's experience includes the use of various public and private financing vehicles for the development of multifamily and single family housing.

    Austin is one of the leading centers for high tech industry, and our business technology group provides clients innovative solutions as it relates to privacy and data security, software licensing, outsourcing and e-commerce.

    Our Austin lawyers continue to play an important role in the Austin area's growth and development. The Austin office is committed to the communities and to the clients it serves.

    The Managing Partner of the Austin office is Brian Cassidy.

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