Akin Gump is handing over the reins of its Houston office from one prolific energy dealmaker to another. The firm announced Thursday that John Goodgame has succeeded Chris LaFollette as
Munsch Hardt Kopf & Harr has named veteran environmental lawyer Mary W. Koks as the managing shareholder of its Houston office. Koks will also sit on the firm’s operations committee.
T. Ray Guy has made his next move after hitting Weil Gotshal’s mandatory retirement policy.
While the firm’s founders are adamant they do not intend to slow down in the next decade, they are making significant changes to empower the next generation of leaders at Kane Russell Coleman Logan.
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The Austin partners are two of 10 Bracewell alumni in Texas who have rejoined the firm over the past two years after practicing elsewhere.
McAtee makes the move to Hedrick Kring after a long and distinguished career at two legacy Texas law firms.
The firm also added two lawyers from the Austin regulatory and administrative law boutique Enoch Kever.
Vera de Gyarfas focuses her practice on energy projects in Latin America and Africa.
As the second highest-ranking lawyer at the SEC’s Fort Worth Regional Office, Jessica Magee led several high-profile and pioneering enforcement actions.