Press Release

Munsch Hardt Expands Real Estate and Litigation Practices with Three New Hires

Oct 4, 2018

(DALLAS) Munsch Hardt Kopf & Harr, P.C. (Munsch Hardt) is pleased to welcome Associates Nicole Manley and Ryan Mitchell to its Dallas office and Tiffany Minks to its Houston office, further bolstering the Firm’s Real Estate and Litigation practices.

Nicole Manley: Litigation, Dallas

Manley’s practice focuses on commercial litigation, with an emphasis on landlord/tenant, real estate and contracts disputes. A graduate of Baylor University School of Law, Manley graduated magna cum laude, and also held the role of Senior Executive Editor for Baylor Law Review. Prior to joining the Firm full time, she served as a Summer Associate in Munsch Hardt’s Dallas office, and she previously served as a Judicial Intern for The Honorable Judge Bonnie Lee Goldstein in the 44th Civil District Court of Texas. Manley obtained her Bachelor of Business Administration from The University of Texas at Austin.

Tiffany Minks: Litigation, Houston

With an emphasis on commercial litigation and general corporate matters, Minks focuses her practice on the retail and manufacturing industries. A graduate of Texas A&M University School of Law, Minks ranked fifth in her class with magna cum laude honors, and she also served as Managing Editor for the Texas A&M Law Review. Before joining the Firm in its Houston office, she served as a Summer Associate in Munsch Hardt’s Dallas office and formerly served as a Legal Intern for the United States Securities and Exchange Commission, as well as a Legal Intern for Verizon Communications Inc. Prior to attending law school, Minks served as a Second Class Petty Officer in the United States Navy. Minks received her Bachelor of Business Administration from Texas A&M University – Central Texas, and she also received her Master of Business Administration from Houston Baptist University.

Ryan Mitchell: Real Estate, Dallas

In addition to commercial real estate acquisitions, Mitchell’s practice focuses on dispositions and development of retail, multifamily, office buildings and mixed-use projects for land owners, investors and developers in Texas and throughout the United States. A graduate of Texas Tech University School of Law, Mitchell ranked fourth in his class with summa cum laude honors, and also served as Comment Editor for Texas Tech Law Review. Prior to joining the Firm’s Dallas office, Mitchell served as a Summer Associate in Munsch Hardt’s Dallas office. He also formerly served as a Judicial Extern for The Honorable Judge James O. Browning in the United States District Court for the District of New Mexico. Mitchell received his Bachelor of Science degree from Eastern New Mexico University, where he also graduated summa cum laude.