...Diversity Winner: Flexjet Pro Bono and Community Service ...
...senior director of legal services and division general counsel at Richardson-based Flexjet.The two attorneys, the insurance coordinator, the contract administrator and...
While a Yale Law School student, Texas native Christian A. "Chris" Garza says he never imagined he'd be doing the work he does today. "In law school, you didn't really know what in-house practice was
Julie Grantham has done it all: practiced law in private firms, worked as a nonlawyer executive for a tech company, raised funds for a political group and generated sales for a forensic-investigation
One year ago Dena DeNooyer Stroh traded a partnership in a boutique law firm for a job as the top lawyer at an energy company. "I came to a crossroads of 'do I stay at the pinnacle of litigation, a w
Scott Kerr of Austin has been through what many in-house lawyers would consider a nightmare: working for a company that's being sold. And he's done it twice. He's deputy general counsel of Charleston
Keith Head knows energy deals from beginning to end. As vice president, general counsel and corporate secretary for Harvest Natural Resources Inc. in Houston, he's been on the front end of deals iden
'Tis the season for bargain hunting, which means that Lou Agnese, general counsel and corporate secretary for WhaleShark Media Inc., is in high gear, advising sales and management teams at his compan
Colleen Mullen Goff once dreamed of a Foreign Service career. Instead, she went to law school and landed a clerkship at H.B. Zachry Co. in San Antonio in 1983, and she's still at the company nearly 3
...heights. Piloting the future. No, no, no. Kill the clichés. Flexjet senior director of legal services Bruce Marshall wants his Richardson-based company...
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