Law Firm Norton Rose Fulbright Closing Pittsburgh Marcellus Office

A couple of times we’ve highlighted the great work done by the Norton Rose Fulbright law firm, most recently just last month (see Updated List of Proposed Laws in PA-OH-WV Affecting Marcellus/Utica). Researchers at the law firm issue a quarterly legislative action update looking at bills and laws previously voted on, and new bills/laws introduced, affecting the oil and gas industry in Pennsylvania, Ohio and West Virginia. Very impressive. So we were distressed to learn that Norton Rose Fulbright is closing its Marcellus/Utica office in Pittsburgh, with plans to cover the region from its other offices. It is a big firm, with more than 3800 lawyers and other legal staff based in more than 50 cities across Europe, the United States, Canada, Latin America, Asia, Australia, Africa, the Middle East and Central Asia. They opened their Pittsburgh office in 2011 with a eye on grabbing business from the PA Marcellus. We can only conclude that didn’t work out so well…

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