The bulk of Epstein Becker & Green‘s Houston office has left the firm to join Cozen O’Connor, according to Texas Lawyer, a sibling publication.

Cozen announced the move on Tuesday. Joining Cozen are 14 lawyers, five of them partners originally with the firm known as Wickliff & Hall, the first minority-owned firm in Texas to represent significant corporate clients. Wickliff & Hall joined Epstein Becker in 2002 and the Am Law 200 firm’s Houston office was called Epstein Becker Green Wickliff & Hall.

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