He's a millionaire consultant still commonly referred to as Mr. Mayor, and sometimes predicted to become governor, vice president, or even president. But for at least the next year, Rudolph W. Giuliani will take on a more familiar title: litigator. Starting in May, he'll be running the newly minted Manhattan office of Bracewell & Patterson, a 400-lawyer Houston-based firm long on prominent clients but short on New York name recognition. Bracewell sees Giuliani as the answer to that problem.
Giuliani Teams Up With Texas' Bracewell
New York Law Journal
March 31, 2005
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