Former U.S. solicitor general and independent counsel Kenneth Starr is headed back to private practice as he prepares to join Houston-based trial boutique The Lanier Law Firm as counsel.

Starr’s decision to join the firm founded in 1990 by Starr’s longtime friend and personal attorney, plaintiffs bar titan W. Mark Lanier, was a result of years of collaboration between both lawyers, he said in a statement issued to the Texas Lawyer.

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