Energy work, both transactional and litigation, is a main driver behind strong 2012 financials at large Texas firms, although firm leaders also cite lateral hiring, a strong Texas economy, attention
Rising client demands and a market offering abundant lateral hiring opportunities helped swell the number of lawyers at two Texas firms by more than 40 percent during 2012. Meanwhile, percentage drop
Surviving in today's litigious business environment, particularly given the instantaneous and 24/7 media, requires careful planning. The key to survival may be found in the 2,500-year-old Chinese mas
...acquisition of a 19-lawyer Louisiana law firm in January, Houston-based Beirne, Maynard & Parsons gave its clients services beyond litigation and expanded its...
...serve as a Massachusetts state senator. Beirne, Maynard & Parsons (Houston): Renée McElhaney...
Notice to the bar
...estate transactions. . . . Renée McElhaney has joined Beirne, Maynard & Parsons as a partner in San Antonio. . . . ...
The international scope of energy transactions commonly leads parties to incorporate arbitration as their method of dispute resolution. When the arbitration concludes, the award does not always lead
Originally Published: Texas Lawyer
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