Gene Besen, who was previously at Gray Reed, represents major pharmaceutical companies, hedge funds, health care providers, financial institutions and energy companies and their executives.
The changes include a new leader of the global firm’s Houston office.
The State Bar of Texas has released its monthly tally of disciplinary actions. This month’s list of actions includes one resignation, 18 suspensions, three public reprimands and one appellate opinion confirming disciplinary action against a state judge accused of groping three women and behaving injudiciously in open court. The full list is in The Texas Lawbook.
Shearman & Sterling has added a second restructuring partner from Baker Botts since the beginning of May. Dallas-based lawyer Ian Roberts, who is listed on the firm’s website as being
Mary Allen has joined McGinnis Lochridge.
Charles Dunham, who was previously at Epstein, Becker & Green, focuses his practice on regulatory matters in the health care arena.
The Conference of Western Attorneys General (CWAG) selected the Texas Office of Attorney General as the winner of the 2019 WAGGY Award for Best Overall Website.
Captain Wes Hensley has earned an award for valor from the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement at its Law Enforcement Achievement Awards Ceremony.
Cohen serves on the Porter Hedges Diversity Committee.
Ann Al-Bahish, who also has a doctorate in public health, represents railroads, energy companies, manufacturers, healthcare entities and state governments in environmental and commercial matters.