15 Winstead Attorneys Listed as D Magazine 2024 Best Lawyers in Dallas


DALLAS, TX., April 29, 2024 - Winstead PC, a leading Texas-based law firm serving clients across the country, today announced that 15 attorneys were named to D Magazine’s 2024 Best Lawyers in Dallas list.

According to D Magazine, the lawyers were selected by their peers in their practice area for representing Dallas' people and institutions with “mastery and drive.” A select panel of lawyers evaluates the nominations to finalize the list.

The following attorneys were recognized:

Banking & Finance
Richard Leucht
Kevin Sullivan
Emeline Yang

Business Commercial Litigation
Joshua Sandler

Construction Litigation
Andrea Alford Hight

Corporate Law: Technology Transactions
Brad Levy

Intellectual Property: General
Phillip Philbin

Land Use / Zoning
Art Anderson
Tommy Mann

Probate Trust & Estates
John Bergner
Christine Wakeman

Real Estate
Mike Alessio
Andy Dow
Jeff Matthews

Tax ERISA / Employee Benefits
Nancy Furney

About Winstead

Winstead is a leading Texas-based law firm serving clients across the country. We work with public and private companies, governments, individuals, universities, and public institutions.

Winstead's business transactions and litigation lawyers serve key industries, including real estate, financial services, investment management and private funds, higher education, public-private partnerships, airlines, healthcare and life sciences, sports business, tax, and wealth management.

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