Three Shareholders Join Houston Office
Munsch Hardt is pleased to announce the addition of three new Shareholders to its Houston office: Well-known Energy Litigation Shareholders Richard “Dick” Schwartz and Todd S. Frank, as well as Tax attorney and City of West University Place Mayor, Susan V. Sample. Read the full press release here.
Munsch Hardt is pleased to announce that Bankruptcy, Restructuring, and Insolvency attorney Jay H. Ong has been named Managing Shareholder of the Firm’s Austin office, effective Jan. 1. In this new role, Ong will oversee 17 Austin-based attorneys and staff members, as well sit the Firm’s Operations Committee. Read the full press release here.
2018 Top 100 Places to Work
We are pleased to announce that for the fifth consecutive year, The Dallas Morning News has recognized Munsch Hardt among the Top 100 Places to Work! Thanks to our wonderful employees, our law firm has been ranked once again in the small company category at No. 15. To learn more, click here.
Autonomous Vehicle Specialty
The Firm is distinctively positioned in the autonomous vehicle industry, representing one of the largest U.S. bus transportation companies in its autonomous vehicle projects. Understanding the novel and complex contracting requirements of the autonomous vehicle industry is key in order to capitalize on what is projected to be a trillion-dollar new market. Our multi-disciplinary team works with clients to create customer and supplier agreements, as well as shared-ride contracts, that minimize potential liability, ensure access to valuable data and avoid costly disputes. Read more.
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.