With the addition of Ingrid Myers, With Myers, the K&S Houston office has four partners and seven associates focused almost exclusively on the drafting and negotiation of construction-related agreements.
The additions includes two shareholders, including one with in-house experience for two different healthcare providers.
Christina Maccio, who has extensive Latin America experience, once represented the Republic of Peru in litigation seeking the return of Machu Picchu artifacts.
The move comes as the technology market has boomed in the capitol and other firms have shrunk or shuttered their offices.
Justin Stolte said he went back to the firm where he worked as an associate to take advantage of its reach across all forms of energy, including renewables.
The Kansas City-based firm announced Monday that a total of eight attorneys from three different firms have joined its Houston office, which opened last August.
The move follows the Seattle-founded firm’s entrance into Dallas in 2010 and the addition of three partners last year.
Scott Cohen, Robert Cardone and Alain Dermarkar’s clients have included Texas Instruments and privately held conglomerate Koch Industries along with private equity firms Turnbridge Capital and J.F. Lehman.
The firm announced on Friday the election results for its executive committee and board of directors.
Wright Close & Barger announced this week that James Marrow and two associates have joined the firm.