Foley & Lardner logo in Miami. (J. Albert Diaz)
The outgoing head of the Florida Department of Environmental Protection is joining Foley & Lardner—one of several firms that the state agreed to pay millions of dollars to help with high-stakes litigation over water rights. The move comes just two months after Foley was also granted a state contract worth $96,000 to handle more than $3 billion Florida received as a result of the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil disaster.
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