TexParte Blog Spotlights Gardere's Three Newest Partners


Ashley W. Anderson and Jason Heep of the Firm's Dallas office and Rhonda Reed Weiner of the Firm's Houston office have been admitted as partners. TexParte Blog featured the new partners, publishing personal comments about their respective practice areas and touching on their previous work experiences.

"We do quite a bit of acquisition and disposition of real estate all over the country and sometimes outside the country," said Ms. Anderson, who's area of expertise is real estate. Litigation Partner Mr. Heep told the blog that most of his clients are big insurance companies and that he learned Swahili while serving as a Peace Corps volunteer. Ms. Weiner, who focuses her practice on civil litigation, served as a senior laboratory technician at the University of Illinois for two years before going to law school.

The complete blog post can be accessed here.

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