Six Gardere Partners Named to D Magazine's List of 'Best Lawyers in Dallas'


Gardere Wynne Sewell LLP is proud to announce that six of the Firm's partners have been named to D Magazine's list of "The Best Lawyers in Dallas." The list is published in the May 2011 edition of D Magazine.

The Gardere attorneys and the practice areas for which they are honored are:

  • Beverly Godbey, Business Litigation
  • Robert Hoffman, Business Litigation
  • Kevin L. Kelley, Commercial Real Estate
  • Holland N. O'Neil, Bankruptcy
  • Larry Schoenbrun, Corporate Finance/Mergers & Acquisitions
  • David Timmins, Business Litigation

"These attorneys are truly deserving of this recognition," says Gardere Managing Partner Steve Good. "They have proven themselves in their respective practice areas, and have shown themselves to be committed to client service and exceptional legal work. We continue to be very proud of each of them."

To compile "The Best Lawyers in Dallas" listing, D Magazine solicited nominations from the city's top attorneys, asking "Which lawyers in Dallas, of those whose work you have witnessed firsthand, would you rank among the current best? Your answer may include co-counsel, lawyers you have observed in court, and opposing counsel." Lawyers could only nominate others within their own practice area.

The final list was compiled by an dependent panel of distinguished attorneys, along with the magazine's editors.

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