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Kindal Heinrich’s practice focuses on transactional matters, including counseling companies through each phase of the commercial contracting and outsourcing lifecycle. She is a straightforward communicator who takes pride in her ability to efficiently meet clients’ needs while explaining legal and business risks in a manner that informs and empowers stakeholders.

Kindal has experience negotiating contracts on behalf of airline clients regarding aircraft dispositions, the outsourcing of information technology solutions and human resources functions and premium passenger services. Additionally, she is experienced in counseling clients on issues surrounding pilot recruitment and flight training, as well as negotiating strategic partnerships between commercial airlines and lenders that assist in funding such training.

Prior to joining Winstead, Kindal was Corporate Counsel at AZZ Inc. (NYSE: AZZ), a leading manufacturing company with 60 locations in eight countries, where she served as a highly visible point of contact for senior leadership, sales teams and operations personnel.

Kindal is a native Texan who enjoys eating tacos, running (slowly) with her dogs and listening to the Grateful Dead, not necessarily in that order.

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