Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck has signed on to represent Neom, the $500B mega-city under construction in Saudi Arabia.

The firm will focus its attention on Tonomus, the technology company that is the first subsidiary formed by Neom.

Tonomus’ mission is to develop the digital infrastructure for Neom, and help Saudi Arabia build the sophisticated technical work force required to achieve the goals of its Vision 2030 economic plan.

Brownstein’s contract went into effect on Feb. 21 and runs through November. It is worth $40K a month.

Al Mottur and Greta Joynes, co-chairs of Brownstein's technology & telecommunications practice; Samantha Carl-Yoder, co-chair of the international practice; and David Pryor, former Arkansas Democratic Senator are working on the Saudi business.