From high-profile transactions and regulatory issues to land use and local governments, our lawyers leverage their broad knowledge in a collaborative manner to provide a holistic perspective for your needs.
With more than 25 years’ experience in mergers and acquisitions, public and private equity and debt financings and restructurings, David has represented public and private companies, start-up companies, institutional and individual investors, and corporate and securities law clients in private placements, public offerings, mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance, federal and state securities law compliance, and general corporate and contractual matters.
Thalia represents public and private companies, executives, investors, and investment funds in a broad array of engagements, including mergers, acquisitions and divestitures, entity structuring and formation, offerings of debt and equity securities, and general corporate governance and transactional matters. Thalia is a distinguished alumni of Southern Methodist University having earned both her J.D. (1990) and LL.M. in Taxation (1993) from SMU.
Kim serves as lead tax counsel for the firm, providing counseling and strategic tax-structuring to the firm’s business clients. With a background in global private equity, Kim also provides strategic analysis for a broad range of business transactions to ensure deals are properly structured to achieve the client’s desired outcome.
Whitt's practice is devoted entirely to representing local governments with an emphasis on representing municipalities as city attorney and outside special counsel. Whitt is a frequent speaker on a number of legal issues affecting cities and local governments across the country. Phone: 972.762.6418
Having previously practiced at two global law firms on complex commercial litigation matters, Nicole and represents clients in both state and federal courts on a variety of matters. Nicole also advises state and local governments on a variety of issues, including employment matters, policies, condemnations, risk management and general municipal law. She has also recently served as legal counsel for the Alaska Redistricting Board. Phone: 907.244.0553
Tom has more than a decade of experience as a corporate attorney, having practiced in capital markets and mergers and acquisitions for Cravath, Swaine & Moore LLP and Vinson Elkins LLP before becoming in-house counsel to an alternative asset manager with $8 billion in AUM. At Wood Banowsky, Tom continues to represent clients in equity and debt financings, mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, recapitalizations and other corporate transactions. email@example.com