Real Estate Lawyer Micah King Joins Winstead


Austin, TX, November 9, 2023 - Winstead PC, a leading Texas-based law firm serving clients across the country, today announced that Micah J. King has joined the firm’s Real Estate Development & Investment group as a Shareholder. 

“Micah is an outstanding lawyer, and we are excited to welcome him to Winstead. Micah’s understanding of Texas real estate law and the industry, combined with his past governmental experience as an Assistant City Attorney with the City of Austin will be an asset for our clients, while building on our leadership across all facets of the real estate sector,” said Jeff Matthews, Chairman and CEO of Winstead.

“Clients know Winstead for its client service and real estate industry expertise. I am excited to join Winstead knowing that we have a great team that is prepared to solve a diverse array of client needs,” said Micah King.  

Micah works with clients on myriad of issues relating to real estate. He represents clients before planning and zoning commissions, boards, city councils, county commissioners courts, and other governmental bodies. His local, state, and federal background has allowed him to build solid relationships with key stakeholders in Austin and throughout much of Texas.

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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