Texas intellectual property firm Carstens & Cahoon has launched an office in Denver to capitalize on the region’s business growth, in the latest firm move in the Rocky Mountain state.

The 13-lawyer firm joins a growing number of firms that have made moves in Denver this summer, including Clark Hill, which opened an office in Denver with a group from cannabis firm Hoban Law Group last month, and Fennemore Craig, which added a trial team from Denver-based Reilly to boost its operations in the Mile High City.

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