Winstead promotes nine associates at Of Counsel
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Dallas, TX, April 6, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Winstead PC is pleased to announce the promotion of nine Associates to Of Counsel. Newly promoted of Of Counsel are: Frank Amini, Clark Carruth, Preston (“Trip”) Dyer, Erika Larson, Brad Monk, Norene Napper, Roy Richter, Sam Udovich and Mimi Yu.
The nine newly promoted Of Counsel are a diverse mix of accomplished lawyers with experience serving key areas of the firm including aviation, financial services, healthcare, higher education, investment management and capital. -investment, life sciences, real estate and sport. In addition, many of these lawyers are active in their local communities and have been recognized for their excellence in practice by third-party publications including “Best Lawyers” (Best Lawyers, LLC) and “Texas Rising Stars” (Thomson Reuters). .
“We congratulate these nine talented lawyers on being named Of Counsel,” said David Dawson, CEO of Winstead, of these latest promotions. “They are lawyers with exceptional experience who have been extremely valuable members of our team.”
Here is the new promotion of Winstead:
Frank Amini, Ph.D. is a member of the firm’s intellectual property practice group in Houston, with a secondary office in Austin. His practice focuses on patent litigation, as well as a range of issues relating to intellectual property licensing, litigation and transactions. Amini works with clients from a wide range of technology industries, including materials sciences, biotechnology, nanotechnology, chemical arts and life sciences. He holds a doctorate. in biological chemistry and previously worked as a pre-doctoral fellow at the National Institutes of Health.
Clark carruth is a member of the firm’s Finance & Banking practice group in Dallas. He advises clients on environmental issues related to real estate. Carruth also handles corporate transaction issues that involve buying, selling, lending, and leasing. He has extensive experience working on a number of federal environmental issues, including matters relating to the Clean Air Act, the Clean Water Act, the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, and the National Environmental Policy Act.
Preston (“Trip”) Dyer is a member of the firm’s Tax, Benefits and Private Affairs practice group in Dallas. In his practice, he provides advice on federal and state tax planning for business transactions. This includes assisting clients in the creation of entities, real estate development and investments, mergers and acquisitions and tax credit financing. In addition to his legal work, Dyer previously served as Vice Chairman of the Partnerships and Real Estate Taxation Committee and Tax Leadership Committee of the State Bar of Texas.
Erika Larson is a member of the firm’s Finance & Banking practice group in Dallas. In her practice, she works with domestic and international clients in a range of industries, including technology, manufacturing, food and beverage, healthcare, and real estate. Larson manages a variety of corporate and mid-market syndicated transactions, including cash flow and asset-based facilities, acquisition finance and multi-currency facility matters.
Brad monk is a member of the firm’s Business Litigation Practice Group in Dallas. A seasoned litigator who handles cases in state and federal courts, he works with a diverse group of clients from a number of industries including healthcare, real estate, finance and banking, and petroleum and the gas. Monk has handled cases involving a wide range of claims, such as trade secret, medical devices, professional liability, non-compete and product liability. During his career he has been involved in a number of high-profile cases, most notably as trial counsel in a jury trial for an oil and gas exploration company which resulted in a judgment of $ 44.5 million for the client.
Norene Napper is a member of the Real Estate Finance Practice Group of the firm in Dallas. Her practice focuses on commercial real estate transactions and she has considerable experience in managing financial and telecommunications transactions. In his practice, Napper represents national CMBS and portfolio lenders, as well as telecommunications and wireless companies. In addition to CMBS and portfolio lending, she provides advice on a range of other transactional matters, including pooled rental structures, leasing, licensing and permitting.
Roy Richter is a member of The Woodlands Corporate, Securities / Mergers & Acquisitions practice group. His practice encompasses the general representation of companies and securities, as well as business advice to public and private companies. Richter advises clients on mergers and acquisitions, private and public debt and equity offerings, asset purchases and sales and other financing transactions. A former landowner, Richter has a unique blend of experience in the legal and oil and gas industries.
Sam udovich is a member of the firm’s intellectual property practice group in Dallas. He works with a diverse set of innovators and technology developers, primarily engaged in the pursuit of national and international patents in a range of mechanical and electrical technologies. Udovich has drafted and prosecuted patent applications relating to robotics, medical devices, telecommunications, computer systems, and manufacturing systems, among other industries. A former manufacturing engineer, Udovich also conducts due diligence studies on intellectual property assets.
Mimi Yu is a member of the firm’s Corporate, Commercial Transactions & Outsourcing practice group in Dallas. In her practice, she negotiates business transactions for clients based in a variety of industries. Yu’s customers include companies in the airline, energy, technology, supply chain and hospitality industries, as well as a number of other areas. She is a versatile business transactions lawyer who advises on a number of matters including, but not limited to, procurement, distribution, licensing and transfer of technology and intellectual property.
Winstead is a national business law firm of nearly 300 lawyers who act as trusted advisors to emerging, medium and large businesses, both public and private. The Winstead team provides a range of core legal services that are essential for our clients to achieve their business goals. Winstead’s business transactions and litigation practices serve key industries such as Airlines, Financial Services, Healthcare, Higher Education, Investment Management / Private Equity, Life Sciences, Real Estate and Financial Services. sport.
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