Five Winstead Attorneys Named "Lawyers of the Year" by The Best Lawyers in America (Woodward/White, Inc.), 2013


Dallas, TX - Sept. 21, 2012 – The Best Lawyers in America (Woodward/White, Inc.) a peer-review publication in the legal profession, has named five Winstead attorneys as “Lawyer of the Year” for 2013 in their respective practice areas. The Best Lawyers in America (Woodward/White, Inc.)  designates “Lawyers of the Year” in high-profile legal specialties in large legal communities. Only a single lawyer in each specialty in each community is honored as the “Lawyer of the Year.”

The Winstead attorneys named "Lawyers of the Year" for 2013 by The Best Lawyers in America (Woodward/White, Inc.) are:

Arthur J. Anderson – Dallas Land Use & Zoning Law
W. Mike Baggett – Dallas Litigation – Banking & Finance
Robert C. Bass, Jr. – Austin Construction Law
J. Rowland Cook – Austin Mergers & Acquisitions Law
R. Clyde Parker, Jr. - Houston Leveraged Buyouts and Private Equity Law

Because The Best Lawyers in America (Woodward/White, Inc.) is based on a peer-review survey in which more than 36,000 leading attorneys cast almost 4.4 million votes on the legal abilities of other lawyers in their practice areas, inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America (Woodward/White, Inc.)  is considered a singular honor. Winstead attorneys have demonstrated a strong showing in The Best Lawyers in America (Woodward/White, Inc.)  throughout the years, with 74 attorneys recognized for 2013.

Winstead is among the largest business law firms in Texas. Winstead attorneys and consultants serve as trusted advisors to mid-market and large businesses, providing a core range of legal services that are critical to their operation and success. Winstead currently has offices in Austin, Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston, San Antonio, and The Woodlands, Texas; Charlotte, North Carolina and Washington, D.C. It will be opening a New Orleans office within the next month. For detailed information about Winstead, visit

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