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April 19, 2015 5:52 PM ET

Professional Services

Company Overview of Cox Smith Matthews Inc.

Company Overview

Cox & Smith is a legal advisory and consultancy firm. The firm focuses on antitrust and trade regulation, bankruptcy and creditors' rights, corporate and securities, energy and natural resources, environmental, financial institution practice, health care, intellectual property, labor and employment, litigation, real estate, commercial finance, taxation, and technology. Cox & Smith was founded in 1939 and is headquartered in San Antonio, Texas and has offices in Austin.

112 East Pecan Street

Suite 1800

San Antonio, TX 78205-1521

United States

Founded in 1939

Phone:

210-554-5500

Fax:

210-226-8395

Key Executives for Cox Smith Matthews Inc.

Managing Director
Controller
Shareholder
Shareholders
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

Cox Smith Matthews Inc. Key Developments

Cox Smith Names Aaron Kaufman as Shareholder in the Dallas Office

Cox Smith has named Aaron Kaufman as shareholder in the Dallas office.

COX SMITH Names Jaime Raman as Shareholder in the Dallas Office

COX SMITH named Jaime Raman as shareholder in the Dallas office.

Cox Smith Announces Executive Changes

Cox Smith announced that its shareholders have selected Deborah D. Williamson to serve as the firm's next Managing Director. Williamson, who has been a shareholder for more than 31 years, succeeds Jamie Smith, who will serve as the firm's Chair. Williamson has led the firm's bankruptcy department for most of that time, and has participated in different aspects of firm management for many years. Williamson, who will continue her practice in addition to assuming her new management role, is nationally and internationally renowned for her knowledge of bankruptcy issues and trends. She is regularly called on by clients in a variety of industries for her bankruptcy experience and advice regarding counter-party risk. Williamson currently serves as one of the 19 members of the American Bankruptcy Institute's (ABI) Bankruptcy Reform Commission and was recently awarded the ABI's Lifetime Achievement Award, which has been presented only twice in the ABI's nearly 30-year history. In his role as Chair, Smith will continue to be involved in firm leadership, as well as devoting even more time to working with the firm's clients.

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