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HOUSTON (August 29, 2011) – Sutherland Asbill & Brennan LLP has partnered with Bisnow to produce an e-newsletter exclusively covering the energy industry from the center of the energy universe - Houston.
Houston Energy Bisnow covers the latest energy industry business news and personalities with color, humor and brevity. One of the fastest growing media companies and the largest commercial real estate publisher in the country, Bisnow publishes free e-mail newsletters about people and businesses in more than a dozen metro areas across America and produces nearly 200 events per year featuring top business speakers.
“We are dedicated to building and serving the energy sector in Houston, and there’s no better way to show our support for the local business community than through a targeted, online resource covering the latest energy developments in Houston," said Sutherland Energy Litigation Partner and Co-Partner-in-Charge of the Houston office, Paul B. Turner.
“Bisnow's creative approach to covering local business communities fits well with our approach to providing innovative solutions for clients. We are excited to be at the forefront of this new endeavor," said Sutherland Energy and Environmental Partner and Co-Partner-in-Charge of the Houston office, Rachel G. Clingman.
To become a subscriber of Houston Energy Bisnow, click here.
Click here to see the inaugural editions.
SUTHERLAND ASBILL & BRENNAN LLP
Sutherland Asbill & Brennan LLP is a law firm with global reach known for solving challenging business problems and resolving sophisticated legal issues for many of the world’s largest companies. Founded in 1924, the firm handles matters throughout the United States and worldwide. Seven major practice areas—corporate, energy and environmental, financial services, intellectual property, litigation, real estate, and tax—provide the framework for an extensive range of focus areas, allowing Sutherland attorneys to serve a diverse client base that ranges from small and medium-sized start-up businesses to a significant number of Fortune 100 companies.