Munsch Hardt welcomes David M. Sloan to the firm as Shareholder in the Houston office. Sloan is the latest addition to both the Corporate & Securities and Finance practices.
“In light of the current market, we saw a need to build upon our M&A and finance capabilities in the Houston area. We believe having a top-tier transactions attorney who also is accustomed to restructuring matters will complement our well-quipped team as they actively and strategically guide clients in the oil and gas and financial services industries through the turbulent issues they are facing,” said Phil Appenzeller, CEO of Munsch Hardt. “Dave’s background and experience is an ideal fit for Munsch Hardt, and we are pleased to welcome him to the firm.”
Sloan is a distinguished transactional attorney with a long track record of success in Houston. With more than 30 years of legal and business experience, Dave has spent the majority of his career counseling various businesses enterprises on matters ranging from general corporate counseling and the acquisition and sale of private entities to debt restructuring, real estate transactions and private equity transactions.
Prior to joining Munsch Hardt, Sloan was a founding partner at SloanMoyer, LLP, a law firm that represented banks, privately held and public companies and entrepreneurial ventures.
“I was drawn to Munsch Hardt for a variety of reasons including the platform, the culture and the attorneys. Senior management’s vision, the firm’s entrepreneurial and business approach also aligns nicely with my practice. Munsch Hardt offers me the opportunity to be a part of a larger platform while still staying within a reasonable rate structure,” commented Sloan. “Throughout the course of my career, I’ve had the opportunity to collaborate with a handful Munsch Hardt attorneys in the finance practice and litigation groups. Their work is exceptional, and I am ready to do my part to keep moving the practice forward.”
Sloan received his Juris Doctorate from the University of Houston and Bachelor of Science in Finance from Arizona State University. He is actively involved in many charitable organizations with a particular focus on FamilyPoint Resources, a West Houston non-profit helping to break the cycles of poverty and fatherlessness in a low income environment.