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Jackson Walker muscles up practice teams
Texas' oldest and largest law firms Jackson Walker LLP, is on a hiring spree. The move is part of the firm's strategic plans to expand its practice areas in its offices with experienced veterans.
The move began with the raiding of 10 attorneys from the rival firm Jenkens & Gilchrist to its San Antonio office. The attorneys from different practice areas include Charles L. Smith joined as Of Counsel and Margaret Hopson, Mark Fassold, Steve Ramon, Marc Rietvelt, and Toni Price are the new associates in the firm.
Scott Rose has more than two decades of experience in bankruptcy proceedings and financial transactions; while Soza's practices in environmental and administrative advocacy and international trade matters. Wheatley has wide experience in corporate litigation, and Mann concentrates on environmental and commercial litigation. Smith brings over 50 years of litigation experience to Jackson Walker and focuses on state and federal litigation.
Two more attorneys were added to the firm's Dallas-based Business Transactions team. The two attorneys, Terry Freeman and Paul Wendland, are experts in financial transactions and development planning. Freeman, who joins the firm as a partner was a shareholder at Jenkens & Gilchrist. Wendland joins the firm as Senior Counsel and has experience in representing clients in corporate, real estate, and land owners involved in leasing, acquisition, and disposition of office space and land.
Jackson Walker's San Antonio office has 39 attorneys and is the fifth largest law firm in the area. Besides this it also has a strong regional base with more than 300 attorneys spread across its offices all over the region. The firm has more than a century's experience in providing legal counsel to clients internationally.
Oxley, former U.S. Congressman joins Baker Hosteler
Former U.S. Congressman Michael G. Oxley has joined the Washington DC office of Baker Hostetler as Of Counsel. In addition to reinforcing the firm's government policy group, Oxley would continue to work in the area of public policy pertaining to financial services and the proper conduct by public companies. Along with Oxley, two of his former aides, James K. Conzelman and Peggy A. Peterson have also joined Baker. Oxley, who retired from Congress after 24 years of service, also served as Chairman of the House Financial Services Committee from 2001 to 2006. Co-author of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002, he is considered one of the nation's foremost experts on corporate governance. With strength of 620 attorneys, Baker Hostetler primarily focuses on four practice groups-business, employment, litigation, and tax.
Putting it all on God
Estrella's claims of warnings sent by God last month of deep government conspiracies were hard to swallow. However, what was tougher still is another complaint in the courts during the same time. It turns out that Kevin Russell, from Hobart, Indiana went to the Chase Bank with a $ 50, 000 check signed by "King Savior, King of Kings, Lord of Lords, Servant." When asked who gave him the check, Kevin replied that his father gave it to him. The divine power chose not to intervene when the police arrested Kevin on fraud charges, but the words "In God we Trust" went missing from the new $1 coins issued by the Philadelphia Mint.
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