Winstead Announces Leadership Changes


DALLAS, TX, February 15, 2023 – Winstead PC, a leading Texas-based law firm with a nation-wide client base, announced the appointment of Bob Burton, and Andrew Rosell, as Co-Chairs of the Business & Transactions Department.

They will replace Jeff Matthews who becomes Chairman and CEO on April 1st.

“As we continue our CEO transition, we have asked Bob and Andrew to take on new leadership roles.  We have tremendous bench strength as a firm, and given our focus on serving our clients and growing within our key areas of strength; its good business for us to invest in the resources we dedicate to this important position,” said David Dawson, Chairman & CEO of Winstead.

“Based in two of Texas’ fastest growing markets, Andrew and Bob are outstanding lawyers, who understand our clients and our business. Bob is a leading real estate lawyer with expertise in master planned communities, condominiums, and mixed-use developments. Andrew has deep regional connections and is an innovative investment and funds corporate lawyer” said Jeff Matthews, Chairman & CEO Elect.

 “This strategic succession will continue to position Winstead as a firm that can go toe-to-toe with national, and international law firms in our core areas, leveraging a platform that is more service focused and flexible,” added Mr. Matthews.

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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