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Ramey & Browning Announces New Location and New Hire Firm Is Well Positioned to Address Growing Client Needs In 2013
Date:12/18/2012

Houston, Texas (PRWEB) December 18, 2012

December 17, 2012 (PRWEB) – Ramey & Browning, PLLC is pleased to announce its new location at 5020 Montrose Blvd., Suite 750, Houston, Texas 77006. The firm is also excited to announce the addition of Harry Laxton Jr. as Of Counsel to the firm.

“This move to offices near the Courts and Medical Center strategically places us in a better position to serve our clients” said William Ramey, managing partner. “While we are now closer to the central business district, we have chosen to remain just outside downtown in order to maintain a lower overhead model than many of our competitors.”

Harry is a registered patent attorney and a certified mediator who received his undergraduate degree in Electrical Engineering. Harry has prosecuted patents in various technologies, including electronics, computer systems, transportation logistics and cryptography. He has tried more than 40 lawsuits to verdict.

“Harry is an excellent addition to our experienced patent litigation team at Ramey & Browning,” said William Ramey, managing partner. “His experience and background in electrical engineering will allow us to expand the services we offer our clients.”

Ramey & Browning attorneys all have advanced degrees in chemistry, engineering, biomedical sciences, biology or biochemistry. The firm’s education and background allows them to serve as innovators in the fields of biotechnology, energy, agriculture, business methods, chemistry, computers, medical devices, pharmaceuticals, semiconductors, signal processing, and software, among many other technologies.

“We strive to provide superior client service by properly anticipating our clients’ needs, and accurately identifying the scope of work and the necessary resources to meet the client’s goals,
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