Brian Fisher Joins Kane Russell Coleman & Logan
Kane Russell Coleman & Logan PC is a full service law firm formed in 1992. KRCL has approximately 75 attorneys with offices in Dallas and Houston, Texas. KRCL provides services for clients ranging from Fortune 500 companies to small businesses and entrepreneurs. The firm practice areas include Insolvency, Transactional, Real Estate, and Litigation. KRCL’s specific practice groups involve a broad array of industries including banking & financial services, commercial real estate, China, construction, energy, environmental, health care, manufacturing & distribution, professional services, insurance, restaurant & hospitality, and retail.
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