MH named one of the top 100 places to work 2019
For the sixth consecutive year, Munsch Hardt is pleased to announce the Firm has been named one of The Dallas Morning News’ Top 100 Places to Work 2019, in the small company category (under 150 employees). Read more here.
D CEO Announces "Dallas 500" (2020 edition)
Munsch Hardt CEO Phil Appenzeller and Shareholder/Board Member Kitty Henry were named to D CEO's 2020 edition of "Dallas 500". Dallas 500 is a special edition that celebrates the most influential business leaders in North Texas. Click here to read more.
MH Adds Probate & Fiduciary Litigation Practice
Keith Morris has joined Munsch Hardt in a strategic move to enhance his practice with a larger platform. Keith will lead the Firm's new Probate & Fiduciary Litigation practice group. Read more here.
Zoning & Land Use
Munsch Hardt Expands Zoning & Land Use Practice
Munsch Hardt proudly announces the expansion of its Zoning & Land Use practice with the addition of Lindsay Kramer, AICP. Formerly in prominent positions with the City of Dallas – City Manager’s Office and Masterplan, Kramer now serves as a fulltime Senior Land Use Planner for Munsch Hardt clients. Read more here.
Different From Day One
Munsch Hardt was founded to be different, and that starts with our people. From day one, our attorneys are hard at work learning your business and understanding your desired outcomes. Whether serving as a sounding board on a daily basis or actively solving time-sensitive issues, we take care of your legal needs so you can focus on what matters most. This is the Munsch Hardt difference, and this is where valued partnerships begin.