Dennis Barry, Christopher Keough, Joseph Lynch, Gary Eiland, Dennis Dunn, Nancy LeGros, Stephanie Webster, Harold Richards, Robert Waters, Lori Mihalich, Daniel Hettich, Adam Robison, Christina Gonzalez, Peter Dehlinger, Judy Mohr, David Roberts, Laurence | GenomeWeb
King & Spalding this week said that a group of 13 healthcare lawyers, including six partners, have joined the firm's Houston and Washington, DC, offices.
 
Joining King & Spalding as partners are Dennis Barry, Christopher Keough, and Joseph Lynch in Washington, DC; and Gary Eiland, Dennis Dunn, and Nancy LeGros in Houston.
 

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