A trio of Bracewell partners who work on utility-industry deals, including the co-chair of the firm’s power projects practice, have moved to Morgan, Lewis & Bockius, the new firm announced this week.

John Klauberg and Michael Espinoza join Morgan Lewis in New York, and Charles Vanderburgh joined the firm’s office in Hartford, Connecticut, after seven years at Bracewell, where they worked with energy clients on mergers, acquisitions, joint ventures and other transactions. All three attorneys came to Bracewell from Dewey & LeBoeuf in May 2012, as the New York firm was collapsing.

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