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The Spencer Law Firm is a closely-knit group of professionals dedicated to providing superior and unequaled service to our clients. We combine the quality and strength of a large law firm with the creativity and personal service of a small, client-focused firm. Our clientele includes energy and technology companies, investment advisory firms, broker-dealers, and public and private companies in various industries that range from oil and gas to hospitality services. We also provide legal and business advice to investors and companies throughout the United States and internationally. No matter what the need may be, we can help you achieve your goals.

We are committed to maximizing the value received by our clients through our legal services. We work to keep costs down for our clients by keeping our overhead low thus maintaining lower billing rates than our competitors.

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