DALLAS – LAWFUEL – The Law Newswire – Six partners at Gardere Wynne …

DALLAS – LAWFUEL – The Law Newswire – Six partners at Gardere Wynne Sewell LLP are among “The Best Lawyers in Dallas” according to D Magazine.

In its May 2007 issue, D Magazine features 239 attorneys in 20 practice areas who have been selected by their peers as “The Best Lawyers in Dallas.” Among the honorees are Gardere partners:

· W. Robert Dyer Jr., Commercial Real Estate;

· Kevin L. Kelley, Commercial Real Estate;

· Dan L. Nicewander, Bank Lending;

· Alan J. Perkins, Corporate Finance/Mergers & Acquisitions;

· Larry Schoenbrun, Corporate Finance/Mergers & Acquisitions;

· Richard A. Tulli, Corporate Finance/Mergers & Acquisitions.

Compiled every two years, the 2007 edition marks D Magazine’s fourth “Best Lawyers in Dallas” list. Mr. Dyer and Mr. Schoenbrun were also honored in 2001, 2003 and 2005. Mr. Nicewander was also among those honored in 2005.

“We are very proud that Bob, Larry and Dan have again been honored as being among the best attorneys in Dallas, and that they have been joined by three more of our outstanding partners. Frankly, we couldn’t agree more to their selections,” says Gardere Managing Partner Steve Good.

To compile its “The Best Lawyers in Dallas” listing, D Magazine solicited nominations from more than 2,000 of the city’s attorneys. Voters were required to nominate only those attorneys whose work they had firsthand knowledge of, including firm colleagues, co-counsel, lawyers they had observed in court and opposing counsel. An outside firm tabulated the ballots, with an executive panel finalizing the list.

Gardere Wynne Sewell LLP, an AmLaw 200 firm, was founded in 1909 and is one of the Southwest’s largest full-service law firms. With offices in Austin, Dallas, Houston and Mexico City, Gardere provides business and litigation services to private and public companies and individuals in the areas of corporate, banking, real estate, bankruptcy, legislative and regulatory affairs, tax, labor, environmental, and intellectual property.

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