Attorney Intel is pleased to announce The Top 50 Attorneys of Dallas for 2022. The city is known for its cultural activities and is home to the nation’s largest urban arts district. Dallas is also home to a diverse set of qualified lawyers and attorneys who excel with consistently meeting their clients’ needs. This year’s awardees practice in a variety of industries and fields including asset management, healthcare, education, FinTech, transportation, and more.
Among this year’s awardees are David Roberts, General Counsel of Electronic Transaction Consultants, who keeps up with the constantly evolving cybersecurity and threat actor environment while managing back-office and roadside systems; Warren Westberg, Founder of AbsolutLaw, PLLC, who is known as a hard-hitting and tenacious Texas trial attorney with 35 years’ experience, and David O’Dens, Attorney of SettlePou, who represents creditors in all aspects of workouts and foreclosures with 30 years of litigation and trial experience.
The awardees this year span across many sectors but remain equally committed to their clients’ within the market they serve. Please join us in celebrating this year’s awardees and their achievement of The Top 50 Attorneys of Dallas for 2022.
1. David Roberts
General Counsel, Compliance Officer, and Corporate Secretary of Electronic Transaction Consultants
David Roberts is a General Counsel, Compliance Officer, and Corporate Secretary of Electronic Transaction Consultants. He first joined the company in 2016. Electronic Transaction Consultants (ETC) is the cornerstone that brings together all the moving elements of today’s multimodal transportation environment, systems, data, people, and vehicles, to streamline integrated mobility solutions for urban and highway agencies and their customers. As a leading U.S. intelligent transportation systems and services provider, ETC delivers tolling and congestion management, urban mobility solutions, integrated multimodal back office platforms, interoperability hubs, maintenance, and operations. For over two decades, it has delivered sophisticated solutions to many of the country's largest toll authorities and transformed the industry with first-of-its-kind technology advancements.
Previously, Roberts was a general counsel at PonyUp Technologies, Inc, and before that, an SVP, general counsel, chief compliance office, and corporate secretary at RMG Networks. Earlier in his career he worked with Efficient Networks (now Siemens) as a chief counsel, general counsel and corporate secretary. Roberts earned a JD from Emory University School of Law, and an undergraduate degree in political science from New York University.
2. Cameron Williams
General Counsel of Berkshire Hathaway Automotive
Cameron Williams began his professional career 24 years ago. Today, he is a General Counsel of Berkshire Hathaway Automotive, one of the largest dealership groups in America with over $9 billion in revenue and 81 independently operated dealerships with over 100 franchises in 10 states. Berkshire Hathaway sets the industry standard for operational excellence, financial performance and an unmatched customer experience within franchised automobile dealerships. Using extensive experience, innovative strategies and technological expertise, Berkshire Hathaway Automotive works to assure their dealerships obtain and maintain position as leaders and trendsetters in the automotive field. The company focuses on building resilient and adaptive business models that cultivate engaged, strong and proactive leadership.
Williams first got his start in 1998 as an associate at Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP. From there, he went on to Squire, Sanders & Dempsey, before eventually rising to corporate counsel at Rural/Metro Corporation, his most recent position prior to joining Berkshire Hathaway Automotive. Williams graduated from Duke University School of Law with a JD and an MLL in international and comparative law, and from Brigham Young University with a double undergraduate degree in French and political science.
3. Jonathan Hustis
Senior Strategic Counsel of Symphony RetailAI
Jonathan Hustis is a Senior Strategic Counsel of Symphony RetailAI. He first joined the company in 2020 as general counsel. With more than 30 years of customer-centricity, Symphony RetailAI helps business leaders and their teams identify, activate, and realize opportunities for profitable growth, more efficiently and effectively, in today’s highly competitive omni-channel environment. From category management and marketing to supply chain and retail operations, Symphony provides the industry’s only truly integrated AI-enabled solutions, tailored for the nuances and volume of FMCG/Grocery retail. Its outstanding team of seasoned retail experts and a strong global partner ecosystem helps the company serve more than 1,200 organizations worldwide – including half of the world’s top 30 grocery retailers and all of the top 25 global CPG manufacturers – all through the Symphony Retail Cloud, powered by Microsoft Azure.
Previously, Hustis was a managing director of corporate development, chief compliance officer and general counsel at Teakwood Capital, and before that, an outside general counsel and executive adviser at Motus Labs. Earlier in his career he worked with Hochberg & Bernstein, P.C. as an associate attorney. Hustis earned a JD from SMU Dedman School of Law, and an undergraduate degree in liberal arts from St. John's College.
4. Adam Hull
General Counsel of Republic
Adam Hull is the General Counsel of Republic. He first joined the company in 2022. Republic is a financial technology company that specializes in investment-related services in the private markets, which include a retail investment platform, a blockchain advisory service, and a private capital division. Republic has deployed over $900 million in investments, supported over 600 companies, with a community of over 1.5M users across 100 countries. It is backed by dozens of leading investment firms and financial institutions and has co-invested with the best names in venture and private equity. Founded in 2016, Republic is headquartered in New York City with offices worldwide.
Previously, Hull was a partner at Gardere Wynne Sewell LLP, and before that, an associate at Jones Waldo Holbrook & McDonough. Earlier in his career he worked with Reed Smith LLP as an associate. Hull earned a JD from Washington and Lee University School of Law, and an undergraduate degree in political science from the University of Utah.
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5. Jaime Walkowiak
General Counsel of Instil Bio
Jaime Walkowiak is a General Counsel of Instil Bio. He first joined the company in 2020. Instil Bio is a cell therapy company developing tumor infiltrating lymphocytes (TIL) for the treatment of solid tumor cancers. TIL are a patient’s own T cells harvested from the patient’s tumor, which are then expanded and reinfused into the patient to target and kill cancer cells. The company is advancing its proprietary manufacturing expertise, technology, and data into clinical trials, including a planned registrational study with its lead candidate and a first-in-human study of its next-generation engineered TIL. The company is led by world-class cell therapy experts and backed by premier global institutional investors. Its optimized TIL therapies leverage its platform for TIL manufacturing, which has been designed to improve the scalability, logistics, and accessibility of TIL therapy.
Previously, Walkowiak was an SVP of research, COO of Baylor Research Institute at Baylor Scott & White Health. Walkowiak earned a JD from SMU Dedman School of Law, and an undergraduate degree from Suffolk University.
7. D'Ann Bey
General Counsel of Lewisville ISD
D'Ann Bey is a General Counsel of Lewisville ISD. The organization is committed to educational success through real innovation and limitless opportunities for all its students. Annually, its district receives numerous academic accolades, fine arts honors, athletic championships and finance awards, which is a direct reflection of that commitment. It is dedicated to enriching educational opportunities for its 52,000 students, and is leading the way in classroom technology integration. Utilizing groundbreaking, transformative and flexible learning environments through its 1:X™ initiative gives its students tools to access, create and collaborate as thriving, 21st century digital citizens. LISD’s highly qualified team, technology integration, involved community and hard-working students make its district a premiere school system in Texas. Bey has 7 years of experience. She began her career in 2015.
Before joining Lewisville ISD, Bey was an assistant general counsel at Garland ISD, and before that, an associate attorney at Walsh Gallegos Treviño Russo & Kyle P.C. Earlier in her career she worked with the City of Arlington as an assistant city attorney. Bey graduated from Saint Louis University School of Law with a JD in employment law, and from The University of Texas at Arlington with an undergraduate degree in business administration and management.
9. Brittany Perez
Deputy General Counsel of SeatGeek
Brittany Perez is a Deputy General Counsel of SeatGeek. She first joined the company in 2022. SeatGeek was built in 2009 as the only mobile ticketing marketplace created with fan experience top of mind. It is transforming the way fans buy and sell their tickets to their favorite live events across sports, music, and theater. While the company humbly believes that it has the best consumer technology on the market, its mission goes beyond that – by bringing a technology-first approach to an entire industry sorely in need of a better solution, it aims to be a force for good in live entertainment. SeatGeek’s acquisition of TopTix created SeatGeek Enterprise, the premier primary ticketing solution on the market and perfect complement to its best-in-class consumer tech.
Previously, Perez was an SVP and associate general counsel at Tinder, and before that, an SVP and associate general counsel - Americas at Match Group. Earlier in her career she worked with Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP as a corporate associate. Perez earned a JD from the University of Houston Law Center, and an undergraduate degree in philosophy from The University of Texas at Austin.
11. Warren R. Westberg
Founder of AbsolutLaw, PLLC
Known as a hard-hitting and tenacious Texas trial attorney with 35 years’ experience representing Fortune 500 companies, closely held entities, entrepreneurs and individuals in complex civil litigation, Warren Westberg is currently the founder of AbsolutLaw, PLLC, a new and innovative problem-solving law firm. His reputation as a smart, tough and aggressive trial lawyer has been earned by winning jury trials for corporations threatened by difficult and highly visible cases in hostile venues, by successfully defending smaller companies in predatory, bet-the-company litigation brought by powerful competitors, and representing individuals seeking justice in cases where the odds are stacked against them. Prior to founding his law firm in 2013, he practiced for 25 years as a Trial Attorney and Partner in various prominent Dallas-based firms, including Arter & Hadden, McCauley, Macdonald, Love and Devin, Godwin Gruber and KL Gates.
Westberg graduated from the University of Oklahoma College of Law with a JD and has an undergraduate degree in Economics.
13. Sekou Lewis
General Counsel of Dallas Mavericks
Sekou Lewis began his professional career 15 years ago. Today, he is a General Counsel of the Dallas Mavericks, an American professional basketball team that plays in the National Basketball Association (NBA). The Mavericks compete in the National Basketball Association (NBA) as a member of the Western Conference Southwest Division, and have won one NBA championship, four division titles, and two conference championships. The team plays its home games at the American Airlines Center, which it shares with the National Hockey League's Dallas Stars. The team was founded in 1980 by Dallas businessman Donald Carter. The team is currently owned by Dallas Billionaire Mark Cuban.
Lewis first got his start in 2007 as a Basketball Player Development Specialist at IMG Academy. From there, he went on to Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis LLPS as an associate, his most recent position prior to joining Dallas Mavericks. Lewis graduated from Drexel University Thomas R. Kline School of Law with a JD in business and entrepreneurship law, and from American University with an undergraduate degree in criminal justice.
16. Sarah Bradbury
Vice President and General Counsel of Premier Trailer Leasing
Sarah Bradbury is a Vice President and General Counsel of Premier Trailer Leasing. She first joined the company in 2020. Premier Trailer Leasing is one of the largest trailer leasing and rental companies in the nation, specializing in long-term leasing and short-term rental services for over-the-road vans, flatbeds, refrigerated equipment and chassis. With one of the largest fleets in the industry and a growing nationwide network of locations, Premier is ready to handle clients’ every need, no matter where clients are. And its investment in new trailers and cutting-edge technology offers their clients’ the highest quality equipment on both rentals and leases, including real-time GPS tracking with geofencing provided by FleetLocate, refrigeration monitoring and remote control, fuel savings and CARB compliance with SmartTruck, free access to Premier’s 24-hour emergency roadside assistance, and online customer dashboard for complete access to account information.
Previously, Bradbury was a founding partner at Stewart Bradbury PLLC, and before that, a senior counsel at Estes Thorne & Carr PLLC. Earlier in her career she worked with Fulbright & Jaworski as an associate attorney. Bradbury earned a JD from Vanderbilt University Law School, and an undergraduate degree in communication studies from Vanderbilt University.
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20. Jonathan Allen
Partner of Resnick & Louis P.C.
Jonathan Allen began his professional career 25 years ago. Today, he is a Partner of Resnick & Louis P.C. This law firm retains an unparalleled team of professionals with diverse backgrounds from across the United States. Its experienced attorneys are versed in all aspects of negotiation, arbitration, mediation, trial and resolution of litigated and non-litigated matters. The firm consistently approaches each case differently, finding & focusing on the strategies that will achieve the most beneficial results for each client. It continuously involves its clients in its process to ensure their needs are met throughout their entire experience and takes pride in being highly responsive to its clients' requests. It is the firm’s goal to maintain direct and open communication in order to ensure their satisfaction.
Allen first got his start in 1997 as an attorney at Brown McCarroll. From there, he went on to MehaffyWeber, P.C., before eventually rising to managing attorney at State Auto Insurance - Texas, his most recent position prior to joining Resnick & Louis P.C. Allen graduated from Texas Tech University School of Law with a JD, and from Stephen F. Austin State University with an undergraduate degree in political science and government.
22. Andrew Zollinger
General Counsel of North Texas Food Bank
Andrew Zollinger is a General Counsel of North Texas Food Bank, a top-ranked nonprofit hunger-relief organization operating a state-of-the-art volunteer and distribution center in Plano — the Perot Family Campus. Last year, the Food Bank worked hard in partnership with member agencies from its Feeding Network to provide access to almost 77 million nutritious meals across a diverse 13-county service area— this means more than 200,000 meals per day for hungry children, seniors and families. But the need for hunger relief in North Texas is complex and in order to meet the need the NTFB is working to increase its food distribution efforts. NTFB’s goal is to provide access to 92 million nutritious meals annually by 2025. Zollinger has 19 years of experience. He began his career in 2003.
Before joining North Texas Food Bank, Zollinger was a law clerk of the legal department at Guaranty Bank. Earlier in his career he worked with Cell Charge, Inc. as a national sales manager. Zollinger graduated from SMU Dedman School of Law with a JD, and from Brigham Young University with an undergraduate degree in international studies.
25. Jesus Payan
General Counsel of Crestline Investors
Jesus Payan began his professional career 21 years ago. Today, he is a General Counsel of Crestline Investors, a credit-focused institutional alternative investment management firm. Crestline specializes in credit and opportunistic investments, including providing flexible capital solutions to middle market companies, asset backed investing and financing and restructuring solutions for mature private equity funds. In addition, the firm manages a multi-PM equity market-neutral hedge fund, and provides Beta and Hedging Solutions for Institutional clients. Headquartered in Fort Worth, Texas, the company maintains affiliate offices in New York City, London, Toronto and Tokyo.
Payan first got his start in 2001 as an attorney at Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP. Payan graduated from The University of Texas at Austin with a JD, and an undergraduate degree in history and ethnic studies.
28. Colleen McCoy
Attorney of Scopelitis Garvin Light Hanson & Feary
Colleen McCoy is an Attorney of Scopelitis Garvin Light Hanson & Feary. She first joined the company in 2019. Scopelitis is the largest law firm in the country dedicated solely to the transportation and related industries. Its attorneys provide advice and counsel to over 5,000 clients in virtually every segment of the transportation industry - from Fortune 500 companies to smaller, family-owned businesses - including motor carriers, brokers, logistics companies and warehouses. Scopelitis clients have access to attorneys in the Firm’s Indianapolis headquarters, as well as 9 additional offices across the country. Drawing from decades of collective knowledge, Scopelitis attorneys offer innovative, tailored advice for both pending legal questions and anticipated potential problems with dedicated teams in over 25 practice areas, including Regulatory, DOT and HAZMAT Compliance, Mergers and Acquisitions, Labor and Employment, Class Action Defense and Complex Litigation, and Independent Contractor Issues.
Previously, McCoy was an attorney at Sargent Law, P.C., and before that, a transportation and litigation attorney at Hermes Sargent Bates. Earlier in her career she worked with Hill Gilstrap P.C. as an attorney. McCoy earned a JD from Texas Wesleyan University School of Law, and an undergraduate degree in dietetics from Texas Christian University.
30. David O'Dens
Attorney of SettlePou
David O'Dens is an Attorney of SettlePou. He first joined the company in 1991. SettlePou first opened its doors in 1978, with a focus on commercial lending and real estate transactions, and gradually expanded its services in response to its clients’ needs. Today, the firm has grown to include more than 35 lawyers and more than a dozen practice areas — but its commitment to client service remains the same. As it enters the next 35 years, SettlePou continues to provide exceptional service and to put its clients’ needs first. Its clients depend on its legal expertise to navigate complex business issues and provide aggressive courtroom support. The firm is driven by core values that translate into genuine relationships and powerful advocacy. SettlePou attorneys work collaboratively across practice areas to bring a comprehensive range of legal expertise and guidance to each client, and to find resolutions that best fit within their clients’ individual goals.
O'Dens earned a JD from Oklahoma City University School of Law, and an undergraduate degree in speech communication from The University of Texas at El Paso.
32. Ryan McComber
Partner of Figari & Davenport
Ryan McComber is a Partner of Figari & Davenport, one of the first commercial litigation boutiques in Dallas, and is known for its excellence today. This is why the firm is rated AV Premier, and it has had clients name the firm a “Go-To-Law-Firm of the Top U.S. Companies in the Labor and Employment Practice Area” and a “Go-To-Law-Firm for Financial Services Companies.” Figari & Davenport has six lawyers named Best Lawyers in America for business litigation, six lawyers recognized as Texas Super Lawyers including four who have been selected as "Super Lawyers" for 10 consecutive years. Four others have been called "Texas Rising Stars." The firm has an Advocate of the American Board of Trial Advocates and a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers. McComber has 19 years of experience. He began his career in 2003.
Before joining Figari & Davenport, McComber was an associate at Haynes and Boone, LLP. McComber graduated from SMU Dedman School of Law with a JD, and from the University of Oklahoma with an undergraduate degree in letters.
34. Frank Tolin
Of Counsel of Patterson + Sheridan
Frank Tolin is an Of Counsel of Patterson + Sheridan, a technology law firm specializing in the protection of client’s assets and rights, and does so by providing variety of services including: patent preparation and prosecution, trademark and brand protection, litigation, technology licensing, portfolio and risk management, and assistance with mergers and acquisitions. With seven offices strategically located across the country, Patterson + Sheridan is able to provide greater service, value, and expertise locally, while maintaining a recognized national presence and international reach needed to achieve client’s business goals. Tolin has 20 years of experience. He began his career in 2002.
Before joining Patterson + Sheridan, Tolin was an associate at The Mason Group Patent Specialist, and before that, a consultant and patent attorney at General Electric Company. Earlier in his career he worked with Moser Patterson & Sheridan LLP as an associate. Tolin graduated from Touro University Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center with a JD, from The George Washington University Law School with an MLL in intellectual property law, and from New York Institute of Technology with an undergraduate degree in electromechanical engineering technology.
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36. Ashley Parrish
Partner of McGinnis Lochridge
Ashley Parrish is a Partner of McGinnis Lochridge. She first joined the company in 2022. For 90 years, McGinnis Lochridge has served to protect the interests of its clients in continuously changing landscapes including cutting-edge technology, oil and gas litigation, regulatory matters and more. The quality of its work is reflected in its clients’ long-lasting loyalty and in its top-tier external rankings. McGinnis attorneys are dedicated to providing senior-level attention to clients’ legal matters. This level of focus ensures they receive maximum value, efficiency, and results. McGinnis is proud to have attorneys drawn from the ranks of top law school graduates, who are experienced lawyers with proven track records of client focus, exemplary service, and earning positive results for their clients. McGinnis Lochridge is a member of SCG Legal (formerly the State Capital Group). Membership in this global network is by invitation only, currently comprising more than 145 preeminent, independent law firms worldwide.
Previously, Parrish was a partner at Cantey Hanger LLP. Parrish earned a JD from St. Mary's University, and an undergraduate degree in political science and government from Texas Christian University.
38. Alex Rose
General Counsel of Ashford
Alex Rose began his professional career 15 years ago. Today, he is a General Counsel of Ashford, an alternative asset management company with a portfolio of strategic operating businesses that provide global asset management, investment management and related services to the real estate and hospitality sectors. Its principals have a long track record of success and many years of experience investing and operating in the hospitality industry. Currently, Ashford serves as the advisor to two NYSE-listed real estate investment trusts, Ashford Hospitality Trust (NYSE: AHT) and Braemar Hotels & Resorts (NYSE: BHR). Ashford also has a Hospitality Products and Services initiative, where it strategically invests in operating companies that service the industry, and it acts as an accelerator to grow those companies, through both its advised platforms and other third parties.
Rose first got his start in 2007 as a financial analyst at George K. Baum. From there, he went on to Milbank LLP, before eventually rising to partner at Kirkland & Ellis, his most recent position prior to joining Ashford. Rose graduated from Columbia Law School with a JD, and from The University of Kansas with an undergraduate degree in finance.
40. Elizabeth Nielsen
Attorney of Bailey & Galyen Attorneys at Law
Elizabeth Nielsen is an Attorney of Bailey & Galyen Attorneys at Law, one of the most recognized consumer law firms in Texas who has provided legal services for over 30 years with 15 offices located throughout DFW & Houston, TX and expanding. Bailey & Galyen specializes in the following legal areas: Family Law, Divorce, Child Custody, Father's Rights, Immigration, Criminal, Medical Malpractice, Personal Injury, Worker's Compensation, Social Security, Intellectual Property, Wills & Probate, Employment Law and Civil Litigation. When their clients’ come to Bailey & Galyen for help with legal matters, they can rest assured that they are working with highly experienced attorneys who are committed to resolving their legal matter. Nielsen has 16 years of experience. She began her career in 2006.
Before joining Bailey & Galyen Attorneys at Law, Nielsen was an associate attorney at Bohach Law Group, and before that, an associate attorney at Warmbrodt & Associates, PLLC. Earlier in her career she worked with Legal Aid of NorthWest Texas as a staff attorney. Nielsen graduated from St. Mary's University with a JD, and from the University of North Texas with an undergraduate degree in interdisciplinary studies and education.
42. Brandon Thomas
Attorney of Hartline Barger
Brandon Thomas is an Attorney of Hartline Barger. He first joined the company in 2022. A Texas-based litigation and trial firm, Hartline Barger LLP serves clients throughout the state and across the nation, with offices in Dallas, Houston, Corpus Christi, Lubbock, Waco, Santa Fe, and Albuquerque. Nationally recognized for its litigation prowess in high-profile cases, it has built its firm with lawyers who, simply stated, like to try cases. Hartline attorneys pride themselves on providing uncompromising excellence to their clients in a variety of areas, including product liability, commercial litigation, class action and multidistrict litigation, insurance defense, personal-injury defense, intellectual property, premises liability, labor and employment, healthcare, construction, and dealer/franchise litigation.
Previously, Thomas was an attorney at Rasansky Law Firm. Earlier in his career he worked with Bergquist Law Firm as an attorney. Thomas earned a JD from Texas Tech University School of Law, and an undergraduate degree in criminal justice from Texas State University.
44. Chris Mallou
Attorney of Steinger Greene & Feiner
Chris Mallou is an Attorney of Steinger Greene & Feiner, a proven legal team whose number one goal is to get injury victims every dollar they truly deserve. Since 1997, the firm has been serving and defending the rights of its clients and their families through some of life's most challenging times. The firm’s entire legal team is committed to representing and fighting for injury victims' best interests, giving each client insight into Florida and California law and their rights. Steinger, Greene & Feiner values the livelihood and well-being of its clients; it lends whatever help, guidance, or professional resources it can as it strives to put the pieces of injury victims' lives back together as quickly and efficiently as possible. The firm looks forward to being able to lend all its legal ability and knowledge toward getting the greatest possible recovery for clients and their family. Mallou has 7 years of experience. He began his career in 2015.
Before joining Steinger Greene & Feiner, Mallou was an attorney at Rad Law Firm, P.C., and before that, an associate at Bergquist Law Firm. Earlier in his career he worked with Locke Lord LLP as an audit response coordinator and assistant client intake coordinator. Mallou graduated from South Texas College of Law Houston with a JD, and from Texas A&M University with an undergraduate degree in history.
47. David Rost
Deputy General Counsel of The Beneficient Company Group L.P.
David Rost began his professional career 6 years ago. Today, he is the Deputy General Counsel of The Beneficient Company Group L.P., provides unique products and services that offer valued liquidity and trusted solutions, including the financing and purchasing of alternative assets and comprehensive administration services for owners of alternative assets. Its products can also support tax and estate planning objectives, facilitate a diversification of assets or simply provide administrative management and reporting solutions tailored to the goals of the investor. Its suite of innovative products and services was developed to effectively serve high net worth individuals, institutions and their asset managers, and the executives and owners of private companies financed by alternative asset managers.
Rost first got his start in 2016 as a corporate attorney at Haynes and Boone, LLP. Rost graduated from SMU Dedman School of Law with a JD.
49. Young Fei
Patent Attorney of Miller Johnson
Young Fei began his professional career 5 years ago. Today, he is the Patent Attorney of Miller Johnson. Founded in 1959, Miller Johnson is committed to excellence in service to its business, institutional and individual clients. Its diversified and challenging full-service civil practice is divided into three major practice areas: Business and Corporate Law, Employment and Labor Relations and Litigation. It works in partnership with its clients to promote their success by providing innovative, solution-oriented, cost-effective services. The firm's attorneys are top-ranked by many third parties including Chambers USA, Benchmark Litigation, Best Lawyers, and Super Lawyers.
Fei first got his start in 2017 as a patent attorney at the Department of the Navy, Office of the General Counsel. From there, he went on to Harness, Dickey & Pierce, P.L.C. as patent attorney, his most recent position prior to joining Miller Johnson. Fei graduated from Notre Dame Law School with a JD, and from the University of Southern California with an undergraduate degree in aerospace engineering.
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