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Stubbeman, McRae, Sealy, Laughlin, & Browder, Inc., has been a leader in oil and gas law in West Texas since the law firm was founded in Midland in 1936. The firm's lawyers have assisted numerous major and independent oil companies and others with complex title examinations, commercial litigation and other energy law matters. Although oil and gas law has been a primary focus of the firm...
The Underwood Law Firm opened its Lubbock office on February 1, 2004, with David Backus as the attorney. Mr. Backus' practice is comprised chiefly of education law. Prior to assuming his duties with the Underwood Law Firm, Mr. Backus served as Senior Attorney with the Texas Association of School Boards' Legal Services Division, Staff Counsel and Lobbyist with the Texas Association of School...
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