Sidley Austin’s Dallas team has welcomed back a familiar face.
Almost one-fifth of Baker McKenzie’s partner promotions in North America were in Texas.
Palm, a past president of the Houston Young Lawyers Association, joined the Houston-based firm as senior counsel in 2016.
Seana Willing, who has been the executive director of the Texas Ethics Commission, will replace Linda Acevedo, who is retiring after more than three decades of service to the State Bar, as the top disciplinarian of Texas attorneys.
Bradley Arant Boult Cummings announced recently that Houston attorney Katie Harrington has been appointed to Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner’s LGBTQ Advisory Board.
The Dallas-based firm has promoted one attorney from director to shareholder and another from associate to director.
For nearly a decade, Raymond Scott served as vice president and deputy general counsel at SCUSA, one of the largest subprime auto lenders in America.
Abelino “Abel” Reyna, a former two-term district attorney of McLennan County, will lead the outpost in Waco. Houston attorney Arien Ferrell, who has worked in-house at firm client Intuit for close to 15 years, is moving to Patterson + Sheridan in Houston.
Former Tenet Healthcare Assistant General Counsel George “Bill” Morrison has returned to Haynes and Boone to help lead the firm’s healthcare and life sciences practice group, the law firm announced Monday.
Mitchell, who jumped to H&K from Bracewell, serves as bond counsel and disclosure counsel for tax-exempt financings for cities, counties, state agencies and independent school districts.