NRF picked up a pair of experts with industry experience from McGuireWoods.
Houston energy finance partner Mark Holmes has departed Bracewell for White & Case, the New York-based law firm announced this week. The move reunites Holmes, who had practiced at Bracewell
For the past seven months, Stream Energy GC Daniel Terrell was laser focused on his company’s $330 million sale to Houston-based utility NRG Energy. In an exclusive interview, Terrell said the deal “was incredibly complex and challenging.” The Texas Lawbook has exclusive details.
The Fort Worth-based airline conducted a national search to replace Paul Jones, who retired earlier this year. Willkie Farr partner Priya Aiyar, whose practice specialized in litigation and global trade and investment disputes, will start the job in September and will relocate to American’s DFW headquarters.
Daniel Elms practiced at Bell Nunnally for more than a decade. Two of his former colleagues at the Dallas firm have joined GT in the past year.
Christina Vitale has developed significant expertise in financial services class actions, banking enforcement actions and consumer protection issues.
Bo Sartain, who founded and ran a software company from 2010 to 2014, focuses his law practice on working with investors and entrepreneurs in complex financing and acquisitive transactions.
Andrew Van Noord is the first real estate capital markets attorney in the one-year-old Dallas office and is bringing along an associate.
A tearful Jim Reeder, chair-elect of the ABA’s Litigation Section and a 30-year veteran of the V&E trial practice, told The Texas Lawbook Wednesday that he is moving his practice to the Houston office of Jones Day. He called it one of the most exciting – but also difficult – decisions he has ever made.
Spencer Fane has combined with a 19-lawyer Houston law firm to launch its third Texas outpost.