10 Winstead Attorneys Named to 2023 D Magazine’s Best Lawyer List


DALLAS TX, April 27, 2023 Winstead PC, a leading Texas-based law firm with national practices serving clients across the country, today announced that 10 of its lawyers were named to D Magazine’s 2023 Best Lawyers in Dallas list.

Attorneys are nominated by their peers, and a panel of Dallas area lawyers evaluates the nominees and selects the final list.

The following are the ranked Winstead lawyers:

Mike Alessio - Real Estate

Art Anderson - Land Use/Zoning

John Bergner - Tax: Trusts & Estates

Nancy Furney - Tax: ERISA / Employee Benefits

Andrea Alford Hight - Construction Litigation

Richard C. Leucht - Banking & Finance

Tommy Mann - Land Use/Zoning

Josh Sandler  - Fiduciary Litigation

Kevin Sullivan - Real Estate

Christine Wakeman - Tax: Trusts & Estates

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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