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Partner Chris Converse Named to M&A Advisor's 40 Under 40 List of Legal Advisors

05.09.14

Texas Lawbook covered Partner Chris Converse being selected to M&A Advisor's 40 Under 40 list of legal advisors. Mr. Converse was the only Texas lawyer named. Mr. Converse is chair of the Firm's Securities and Corporate Governance Team and a member of the Private Equity Industry Team.

"This award is a significant honor and testament to the very high level of service that Chris – along with the rest of Gardere's mergers and acquisitions team – brings to the table for our clients," says Gardere Chair Holland N. O'Neil. "As an up-and-coming leader at the Firm, Chris has shepherded several high-profile transactions and earned the trust and respect of many of the industry's most influential players. This recognition is well-deserved."

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