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Andy Mielnik is a member of Winstead's Commercial Litigation Practice Group. Prior to joining Winstead, Andy served as a law clerk for the Honorable Walter S. Smith, Jr., United States District Court Judge for the Western District of Texas, where he worked on cases involving environmental, patent, employment, administrative, insurance, contract, bankruptcy and copyright law. Before his clerkship with Judge Smith, Andy also served as a law clerk for the Honorable B. Dwight Goains, United States Magistrate Judge for the Western District of Texas. While attending law school, Andy served as a judicial intern for the Honorable Robert A. Junell, United States District Court Judge for the Western District of Texas, and he worked as an intern at the Dallas office of the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.  

Representative Experience

  • Advised banking client on the Texas foreclosure process relating to a mineral leasehold interest
  • Represented a mineral interest owner in a mineral dispute and successfully negotiated a favorable settlement and correction warranty deed for the client

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