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Paul Montemayor is an associate in the firm’s Corporate, Commercial Transactions & Outsourcing Practice Group. Paul’s practice involves advising clients on a wide variety of transactions in the areas of procurement and disposition, distribution, licensing, technology, and the outsourcing of business processes. In doing so, Paul works closely with both business and legal personnel to structure, negotiate, and effectuate commercial transactions and other corporate matters for companies in a broad range of industries, with particular experience in the airline, transportation and aviation industries.  Additionally, Paul has experience with traditional mergers and acquisitions for public and private companies, the formation and structuring of business entities, and general corporate governance.

Prior to joining Winstead, Paul practiced litigation at a national law firm and handled a variety of commercial litigation and products liability cases, complex contract disputes, and regulatory matters in the financial services, health care, and telecommunications industries, representing both plaintiffs and defendants. Paul earned his J.D. from Stanford Law School with pro bono distinction.

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