Winstead Promotes 12 Attorneys to Shareholder


DALLAS, TX – Winstead PC, a leading national law firm, today announced that it has promoted 12 of its attorneys to be Shareholders in the firm.

“These 12 new Shareholders represent the future of our firm and come from a range of industry and practice groups. This is a diverse group of lawyers, further highlighting our commitment to reflecting the communities in which we work and live,” said David Dawson, Chairman and CEO of Winstead.

“We are incredibly proud of these new Shareholders. They have been promoted as result of their on-going dedication to offering our clients the highest level of service, while continuing to provide innovative business and legal solutions to their most complex challenges,” said Mr. Dawson. 

“The addition of these new Shareholders further demonstrates our firm’s momentum. Winstead is a firm that rewards success and focuses on service, while minimizing bureaucracy, conflicts and administration,” added Mr. Dawson.

The new Shareholders are:

About Winstead

Winstead is a national business law firm with more than 300 attorneys who serve as trusted advisors to emerging, mid-market and large companies, both public and private. The Winstead team provides a range of core legal services that are critical to our clients achieving their business goals. Winstead’s business transactions and litigation practices serve key industries including airlines, financial services, higher education, healthcare, investment management & private funds, life sciences, real estate, and sports business & media.

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