Houston litigation firm Clements, O’Neill, Pierce, Wilson & Fulkerson has merged with national firm Howrey Simon Arnold & White, and 22 of Clements O’Neill’s lawyers joined Howrey’s Houston office.

Clements O’Neill partner John E. O’Neill was the point man for Swift Boat Veterans for Truth, a group of veterans intent on discrediting U.S. Sen.John Kerry’s record during the recent presidential election.

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