The moves come on the heels of the news that Houston private equity dealmaker Jeff Malonson has joined Weil.
John Chrisman, who received degrees from UT and SMU, was most recently practicing in Dubai.
Michaela C. Crocker has joined Jones Day’s Dallas office. Crocker was a career clerk for Chief Judge Barbara Houser of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the NDTX.
Anthony Magee, who has practiced at three Dallas litigation firms over the past 25 years, was looking for more freedom in deciding to set out on his own.
Jason Cook, a patent litigator, succeeded corporate partner Akash Sethi at the beginning of the month.
George Hinchey has returned to Haynes and Boone after making partner at Jackson Walker last year.
Peter Idziak has landed at Polunsky Beitel Green, which has six lawyers and offices in Dallas and San Antonio.
Eric Johnson has maintained his public finance law practice over the last decade of his public service.
Kenneth Held, who started his career at an elite New York law firm, has lateraled from Thompson & Knight to Skadden.
The firm has recruited two partners to the firm this month who represent oil and gas clients in different areas of the law.