Gardere Wynne Sewell LLP is satisfied to report that 17 of the Association’s lawyers have been chosen for incorporation on the 2016 Texas Rising Stars list. Every year, close to 2.5 percent of legal counselors in the state are respected with this qualification.
“These 17 legal advisors speak to the many ‘rising stars’ at Gardere,” says Gardere Seat Holland N. O’Neil. “To acquire acknowledgment on the official Texas Rising Stars list mirrors the extraordinary work these legal advisors accommodate our customers and our Firm, and we praise them on this all around earned respect.”
The Gardere lawyers named to the 2016 Texas Rising Stars list and the practice zones for which they are being perceived are:
Michael S. Haynes, Business: Chapter 11
Rick Jordan, Mergers & Acquisitions
Rachel Kingrey, Business Prosecution
Kimberly P. Mabel, Protection Scope
Virgil Ochoa, Universal
Aimee Cook Oleson, Business Prosecution
James C. (Jim) Scott, Business Prosecution
Sarah A. Walters, Establishment/Dealership
Taylor E. White, Business & Work
Katharine D. (Kate) David, Prominent Space
Scott D. Ellis, Business Prosecution
Mary Elizondo Frazier, Business Prosecution
Jessica Glatzer Bricklayer, Business & Work
Audrey Momanaee, Business Prosecution
Alfredo Ramos, Vitality & Characteristic Assets
Mike Seely, Business Suit
Rhonda Reed Weiner, Business Suit
Rising Stars perceives best in class lawyers who are 40 years old or more youthful, or have been by and by for a long time or less. The yearly choices are made by the exploration group at Super Legal advisors, a Thomson Reuters business, utilizing a licensed multiphase process that incorporates a statewide overview of attorneys, a free research assessment of competitors and companion surveys by practice territory. The outcome is a solid, complete and various posting of outstanding lawyers.
The total 2016 Texas Rising Stars rundown will show up in the April 2016 issues of Texas Month to month and Texas Super Attorneys Rising Stars magazine.
Gardere Wynne Sewell LLP, an Am Law 200 firm established in 1909 and one of the Southwest’s biggest full-benefit law offices, has workplaces in Austin, Dallas, Houston, Denver and Mexico City. Gardere gives lawful administrations to private and open organizations and people in the zones of corporate, vitality, natural, budgetary rebuilding and rearrangement, money related administrations, government issues, accommodation, protection, licensed innovation, universal, work and business, suit, private value, land and assessment.
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