Press Release

Munsch Hardt Further Expands Construction Practice with Five Associates

Sep 8, 2021

(DALLAS) Munsch Hardt Kopf & Harr, P.C. (Munsch Hardt) is pleased to announce the continued growth of its Construction Practice Group with the addition of four new associates over the past 12 months.

“The addition of these lawyers positions Munsch Hardt to have one of the largest and strongest construction practices associated with a full-service firm in the southwest.” said Adam Richie, Co-Chair of Munsch Hardt’s Construction Practice Group, who spearheads the transactional side of the practice. “We are very pleased to welcome them into the Munsch Hardt family, and we look forward to sharing news of their successes for years to come.”

Munsch Hardt now has 15 total construction attorneys across all three offices, offering clients a unique and unmatched range of services.

“Each of these lawyers is uniquely skilled, bringing our depth of expertise and capabilities to a new level and enabling Munsch Hardt to better serve existing clients as well as others in this booming industry,” said Bob Hancock, Co-Chair of Munsch Hardt’s Construction Practice Group, who leads the controversy side of the practice.

About The Team

Logan Adcock: Dallas
Adcock focuses his practice on all facets of construction law, including both construction-related transactions and litigation matters. He has extensive experience representing owners, design professionals, general contractors and subcontractors with various aspects of commercial construction projects, including drafting and negotiating contracts and vendor/supplier agreements, as well as assisting clients on compliance issues and construction disputes. In 2021, he was named by his peers to Thomson Reuters’ Texas Rising Stars list. Prior to joining Munsch Hardt, he served as in-house counsel for the South-Central region of J.E. Dunn Construction Company. Adcock received his undergraduate degree of Baylor University and his J.D. from Baylor University School of Law, where he was a member of the Order of the Barristers.

Garrett Hicks: Austin
Hicks practices civil trial law with an emphasis on commercial and construction disputes. He represents commercial businesses, owners, contractors, individuals, churches, non-profit organizations and professionals in state and federal courts. Prior to joining Munsch Hardt, Garrett served as an associate at a Texas-based law firm where he obtained numerous dismissals and summary judgments for his clients. Hicks is a graduate of the Baylor University School of Law, where he was involved with the Order of the Barristers and the Baylor Law Review. He served as a Judicial intern for the U.S. Magistrate Judge Jeffrey C. Manske in Waco. He received his undergraduate degree from the University of Texas at Austin.

Julie McClintock: Houston
McClintock’s practice focuses on commercial litigation with an emphasis on the construction and energy, and oil & gas industries. She attended South Texas College of Law in Houston where she served as Assistant Articles Editor for the South Texas Law Review. She was also a Student Executive Editor for the South Texas Construction Law Journal and served as a Judicial Intern for the Honorable Judge Hittner in the United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas. Prior to pursuing her legal career, Julie was a high school teacher in Houston for nearly nine years, and holds a Masters’ in Education from Houston Baptist University. She obtained her undergraduate degree at Texas A&M University.

Tim Word: Houston
Word’s practice focuses on commercial litigation, with an emphasis on the construction and real estate industries.  He received his J.D. from South Texas College of Law in Houston and his undergraduate degree from Texas A&M University. Prior to joining Munsch Hardt, Word served as a Summer Associate in Munsch Hardt’s Houston office, and he formerly served as a Judicial Intern for The Honorable Judge Steel in the 274th District Court in Texas. Before attending law school, Word served in the construction industry as a field supervisor and special projects coordinator. Word also spent time as a landowner representative where he contributed to discussions on issues ranging from engineering, construction feasibility, cost, project financing, parcel sales, offers and legal issues with developers and landowners.