Winstead Promotes 14 Attorneys to Shareholder

The firm’s largest shareholder class


DALLAS, TX, January 31, 2023 - Winstead PC, a leading Texas-based law firm with a nation-wide client base, today announced that it has promoted 14 new Shareholders.

“This is our largest class of new shareholders and really speaks to the firm’s strategic focus. This talented group of new shareholders represents the very best of our firm and we are thrilled that they will continue to build their careers with us,” said David Dawson, Chairman and CEO of Winstead.

“They demonstrate a commitment to providing the highest quality client service and embody the core values of our firm, which include teamwork, excellence, integrity and service—to our clients, the firm, our profession and the communities in which we live and work,” added Mr. Dawson.

The new shareholders are:

About Winstead

Winstead is a leading Texas based law firm with national practices serving clients across the country. We focus on exceeding our clients’ expectations by providing innovative solutions to their business and legal opportunities and challenges. We work as a trusted counsel to public and private companies, governments, individuals, universities, and public institutions.
Our business, transactions and litigation practices serve key industries including real estate, financial services, investment management and private funds, higher education and P3, airlines, healthcare and life sciences, sports business and wealth management.

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