27 Winstead Attorneys Recognized as Houston’s Top Lawyers by H Texas Magazine


HOUSTON Sept. 6, 2017 — Winstead PC is proud to announce that 27 attorneys were recognized as H Texas Magazine’s Top Lawyers in Houston, and featured in the August 2017 issue of H Texas Magazine. The magazine features Houston’s Top Lawyers in select practice areas who were nominated by their clients and peers.

The following are the Winstead attorneys who were recognized as 2017 Top Lawyers by H Texas Magazine:

Jason Bernhardt – Shareholder, Business Litigation

Nelson Block – Shareholder, Finance & Banking

Hilary Borow – Shareholder, Business Litigation

Jay Brown – Shareholder, Business Litigation

Sean Davis – Bankruptcy & Workout

Brannon Dillard – Shareholder, Business Litigation

Andrew Edelman – Associate, Business Litigation

Bud Ehrlich – Shareholder, Intellectual Property

Greg Erwin – Shareholder, Real Estate

Matthew Foytlin -- Business Litigation

Jennifer Hardegree – Associate, Real Estate

Mike Hilliard – Shareholder, Finance & Banking

Greg Krafka – Shareholder, Corporate, Securities/Mergers & Acquisitions

Paul LeBlanc – Associate, Finance & Banking

Kathryn Blackney Oakes – Shareholder, Finance & Banking

Barry Putterman – Shareholder, Real Estate Development & Investments

Billy Rohrlich – Shareholder, Corporate, Securities/Mergers & Acquisitions

Cody Schneider – Associate, Business Litigation

Steve Schueler – Shareholder, Labor & Employment

Robert Shaddox – Shareholder, Intellectual Property

David Staas – Shareholder, Real Estate

Julie Stephenson – Associate, Real Estate

Doug Stewart– Shareholder, Finance & Banking

Cassandra Smith – Associate, Finance & Banking

Steve Wedemeyer – Shareholder, Civil Litigation & Insurance

Bruce Wilkin – Shareholder, Business Litigation


Media Contact:

Michael A. Webb

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