As the energy industry moves beyond oil, gas and power, and all signs point to more federal regulation in the space, firms active in that sector are pivoting to fit the market, broadening their traditional energy practices instead of backing away.

Paul Hastings is one firm doing just that, as it recently added two San Francisco partners from Baker Botts, with practices that span energy, environmental and infrastructure. Chris Carr and Navi Dhillon bring an energy practice to Paul Hastings that’s far broader than oil and gas or power, an increasingly common development for firms watching developments in the energy sector.

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