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Beckmen Law PC of Grapevine has reorganized and expanded to better serve oil and gas industry clients.

“Our on-the-ground legal experience in all aspects of the energy industry has afforded us the expertise to assist clients who are buying, selling or financing in real estate transactions,” said founder and managing partner Scott Beckmen in a news release.

The firm also now offers asset-management services, Beckmen said.

The firm, previously known as Beckmen, Cherkassky, Dean & Associates, has been restructured to ensure what the practice called the highest standards and attention to the client needs.

Based in Grapevine, the firm also has offices in Canonsburg, Pa.; Denver; Midland and San Antonio; Clarksburg, W. Va., and Bakersfield, Calif. It provides legal services in energy, real estate and corporate business sectors with a focus on transactional and regulatory compliance.

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