13 Winstead Attorneys Named 2018 Best Lawyers in Dallas by D Magazine


DALLAS, May 23, 2018 – Winstead PC is pleased to announce that 13 attorneys were recognized as D Magazine’s “Best Lawyers in Dallas,” and featured in the May 2018 issue of D Magazine

Nominated by their peers annually, the nominees are reviewed by a panel of eminent attorneys and the winners are featured in D Magazine as the “Best Lawyers in Dallas.”  All lawyers who operate in Dallas and have a valid Texas state bar number are eligible to be nominated.

The following Winstead attorneys were selected as “Best Lawyers in Dallas” for 2018:

Arthur Anderson – Land Use/Zoning

John Bergner – Tax: Trusts & Estates

Cathryn Berryman – Intellectual Property

Nancy Furney – Tax: ERISA/Employee Benefits

Tom Helfand – Taxation

Ladd Hirsch – Business Litigation

Mark Johnson – Corporate Law: Mergers & Acquisitions

John Kincade – Litigation: Securities Litigation & Enforcement

Tommy Mann – Land Use & Zoning

Cheryl Camin Murray – Healthcare

Lori Oliphant – Tax: ERISA/Employee Benefits

Rakhee Patel – Bankruptcy & Workout

Joe Wielebinski – Bankruptcy & Workout

Winstead is a national business law firm with more than 325 attorneys. The firm provides a full range of business legal services to some of the most recognized and respected companies across the country and throughout the world. Winstead has offices in Austin, Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston, San Antonio and The Woodlands, Texas and Charlotte, North Carolina. 

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