Winstead Participates in WorkSpaces @ Texas Health CoLab Office Hours at Dell Medical School


Winstead PC is proud to participate in pro bono office hours organized by WorkSpaces @ Texas Health CoLab at The University of Texas at Austin Dell Medical School.  Led by Winstead attorneys Lekha Gopalakrishnan, Robert Shaddox, and Frank Amini, Winstead is hosting four-hour office sessions, twice a month.  During these times, healthcare startups in the Austin ecosystem can schedule meetings with Winstead attorneys for pro bono legal counsel.

WorkSpaces is a community for health startup businesses and entrepreneurs who are developing new technologies and products in areas such as care delivery and care coordination, data and health records, diagnostics and devices, and digital apps and self-monitoring. These co-location spaces in the Health Discovery Building at Dell Med bring together world-class research and technology capabilities with people passionate about improving health through multi-disciplinary collaboration.

“WorkSpaces @ Texas Health CoLab are premier collaboration spaces bringing together value-focused health entrepreneurs, researchers and resources,” said Dr. Verena Kallhoff, manager of WorkSpaces @ Texas Health CoLab. “We are excited to welcome Winstead as part of our office hours program to provide valuable information to health entrepreneurs and support us in our mission to enable a robust health innovation ecosystem in the region.”

About Winstead

Winstead PC is a national business law firm with more than 325 attorneys. Winstead attorneys serve as trusted advisors to mid-market and large businesses, providing a core range of legal services that are critical to their operation and success. The firm’s well-known transactional, corporate and litigation practices work in key industries covering real estate, financial services, emerging & mid-market companies, universities, healthcare, life sciences, aviation, investment management/private equity and sports business.

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