Not only has the Marcellus Shale drummed up significant legal work for litigators, land use and transactional attorneys alike, it has created movement in the lateral market as firms look to build practices catering to the oil and gas industry’s interest in the natural gas reserves within the shale.

The most recent example comes from Reed Smith in Pittsburgh, where the firm added partner Dwight Howes to its corporate and securities practice. Howes joined from McGuire Woods where he had developed a focus on advising clients about legal issues related to the Marcellus Shale.

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