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RIDGELAND, MISS. — The Butler Snow law firm is expanding its public finance, tax incentives and credit markets practice group, with five attorneys in its new Denver office and four in the Atlanta-Macon, Ga., region.
Donald Clark Jr., chairman of the Mississippi-based firm, said the moves represent continued expansion of the firm nationally.
Earlier this month, Butler-Snow announced it was entering the New York market.
Joining the firmís Denver office are Kimberley Crawford, Maria Harwood, Rene Adema Moore, Sarah Tasker and Dee Wisor.
Ashton Bligh, Jerry Peterson, and David Williams will be based in Atlanta. Blake Sharpton will practice in Macon.