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Mark Vane Earns Multiple 2019 Recognitions for Governmental Relations Practice

Austin-based attorney pulls off unique trifecta among government relations lawyers

 
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Based in Husch Blackwell’s Austin office, Vane is a sought-after resource for companies across multiple industries who seek to have a voice on high-stakes issues at the Texas State Capitol and with state agencies.

Husch Blackwell attorney Mark Vane has been recognized by Super Lawyers, The Best Lawyers in America® and Austin Monthly magazine for his governmental relations practice, the only Texas-based government relations lawyer to earn recognition across all three publications in 2019.

Based in Husch Blackwell’s Austin office, Vane is a sought-after resource for companies across multiple industries who seek to have a voice on high-stakes issues at the Texas State Capitol and with state agencies. Vane has advised numerous legislative and regulatory clients on a variety of matters, including healthcare regulation, tax and appropriations, and the development and marketing of consumer financial products. He also advises clients on rulemaking, policy development, licensing, and enforcement actions.

In addition to serving as of counsel with Husch Blackwell, Vane is a principal with Husch Blackwell Strategies.

Owned by Thomson Reuters, Super Lawyers is a rating service that recognizes lawyers using independent research, peer nominations and peer evaluations across more than 70 practice areas who have attained a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. The Best Lawyers in America is based on a national survey involving detailed evaluations of lawyers by other lawyers and is owned by BL Rankings, LLC. Austin Monthly magazine partnered with DataJoe Research to facilitate an online peer-voting process; Austin Monthly is published by Open Sky Media.

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