Posts Tagged ‘law firm’

DI People: J.C. Penney Names New CEO, Synergy Medsales Taps CFO, Katten Adds 3 Partners

Posted by Lance Murray

Across North Texas, companies are promoting and hiring people to take on leadership positions within their organizations. Dallas Innovates covers prominent personnel moves in Dallas-Fort Worth businesses and nonprofits — from the newest startups to well-established companies. Here are people

Munck Wilson Mandala Welcomes Trial Partner Jenny Martinez

Posted by Munck Wilson Mandala, LLP

Law Firm Munck Wilson Mandala has added notable trial attorney Jenny Martinez to its complex commercial litigation roster. 

Martinez was previously a named partner with Godwin Bowman & Martinez and worked on complex commercial litigation matters, including the Deepwater Horizon …

Dallas Law Firm, Raytheon Share History with USPTO Patent No. 10 Million

Posted by David Kirkpatrick

U.S. Patent No. 10,000,000 was issued to Raytheon and principal engineering fellow Joseph Marron and was prepared and prosecuted by Texas-based law firm Munck Wilson Mandala. The firm has a Dallas office along with offices in Austin and Marshall, and

DI People: Polsinelli Names VC Practice Co-Chairs; 25 Women in Tech Honorees

Posted by Lance Murray

A roundup of who’s on the move or being recognized among Dallas Innovators.

Adam Hull and Rick Jordan have been added as the new co-chairs of the nationwide Venture Capital and Emerging Growth Companies practice group at the national law

Texas A&M Law School Introduces Incubator Program

Posted by Mallory Houser

Any law student could attest that law school is anything but easy, but life after the bar exam may be a more difficult experience.

Texas A&M University School of Law in Fort Worth is launching the first incubator-type program in …

Kevin Vela: Here’s Why Dallas is Primed For ‘Series A’ Funding

Posted by Kevin Vela


Before I get going on why, let’s talk about what “Series A” means.

“Series A” is likely the most defined undefined term in the venture world; if that makes sense. It’s …