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LOS ANGELES — Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck, a real estate and regulatory firm based in Denver, will merge with California’s Hatch & Parent on Jan. 1, 2008. The merged firm would have more than 210 attorneys and policy advisors in a dozen offices, mostly in the Western United States. The firm would be based in Denver and keep the name Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck. Brownstein Hyatt, with 185 lawyers and legislative consultants, has nearly doubled in size in the past four years. In January, the firm merged with Schreck Brignone in Las Vegas, where it now has an office and clients including MGM Mirage and Wynn Resorts Ltd. Founded in 1968, the firm’s practices include real estate, environmental and natural resources, public policy, corporate and litigation. It also has an active lobbying practice in its Washington office. Brownstein Hyatt has another Colorado office in Glenwood Springs near Aspen, locations in Albuquerque and Santa Fe, N.M., and a California office in Orange County’s Costa Mesa. Hatch & Parent, based in Santa Barbara, Calif., has other California offices in Los Angeles, San Diego, Sacramento and South Lake Tahoe. Founded in 1968, the 30-attorney firm began in water law and has branched into other practices including litigation, real estate, land use, trusts and estates and legislative activities. Its clients include American States Water Co., San Diego County Water Authority, South Tahoe Public Utility District and the California cities of Oxnard and Fresno. As part of the merger, Bruce James, managing partner and chief executive officer of Brownstein Hyatt, would remain in that role at the new firm. Hatch & Parent’s managing partner, Robert Saperstein, would sit on the firm’s executive committee.

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