Company Overview of Winstead PC
Winstead PC offers legal consultancy service to construction, energy, insurance, media, entertainment, transportation, and financial sectors. Its areas of practice include banking, credit transactions, bankruptcy, litigation, intellectual property, and labor and employment. Winstead PC was founded in 1973 and is based in Dallas, Texas with additional offices in Washington, District of Columbia; Fort Worth, The Woodlands, and Austin, Texas; and Mexico City, Mexico.
500 Winstead Building
2728 North Harwood Street
Dallas, TX 75201
Founded in 1973
Key Executives for Winstead PC
Chairman, Chief Executive and Shareholder
Managing Shareholder and Chairman of Government Relations Practice Group
Head of Banking and Credit Transactions
Dallas Managing Shareholder
Managing Shareholder of San Antonio Office and Chairman of Public Finance Practice Group
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Winstead PC Key Developments
WINSTEAD PC Names Members as Shareholders
Apr 19 15
WINSTEAD PC named Sargon Daniel, Kara Grimes, Lloyd Lim and Jeff Tinker as shareholders.
Highland Capital Management LP Lawsuit Alleges Winstead PC Botched $62 Million Loan Workout
Feb 18 15
Highland Capital Management LP has sued Winstead PC claiming the law firm made countless mistakes and misrepresentations in a $62 million commercial real estate deal. The malpractice suit against Winstead was filed Feb. 13, in Texas state court by NexBank SSB and Highland Capital. The bank and private investment group claim the law firm negligently managed a loan modification and foreclosure on property purchased by a real estate company, resulting in more than $20 million in losses for NexBank and Highland Capital. Don Campbell, general counsel for Winstead and a shareholder at the firm, denied the allegations in the lawsuit. He declined to comment on specifics of the allegations or defenses. The $62 million lawsuit against Winstead involves two office buildings northwest of Luna Road and Interstate 635 in Farmers Branch.
Dallas think tank Files $1 Million Plus Suit against Winstead PC over CEO Dismissal
Nov 19 14
The National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA) has sued Winstead PC and Winstead chairman emeritus Mike Baggett, claiming legal malpractice and breach of fiduciary duty surrounding the departure of the NCPA's former CEO almost caused the 30-year-old think tank's demise. The suit seeks more than $1 million in damages.
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