in

Winstead Adds Greta Goldsby to the Finance and Banking Practice Group

Austin (Mar 25, 2008) — LAWFUEL – Greta Goldsby has joined Texas law firm Winstead PC as an associate. She will be working with the Finance and Banking Practice Group in the Business & Transactions Department.

Goldsby comes to Winstead from the Washington, DC office of Powell Goldstein LLP, where she advised clients regarding the negotiation of purchase and sale agreements, loan documents, acquisition and leasing of properties, and related matters. Her areas of expertise include acquisition, disposition, financing and leasing of commercial properties.

“Greta brings an impressive and broad list of commercial real estate experience to our Austin office. We are pleased that she has joined the Winstead team,” said Austin Managing Shareholder Alex Gonzales.

Goldsby is a member of the Texas State Bar and the DC Bar. She received her J.D. from Southern Methodist University, Dedman School of Law, and her B.A. in Political Science, French and European Studies from the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville. Goldsby is also a member of the Real Estate Group as well as Commercial Real Estate Women, in which she is a member of the Executive and Membership Committees and Co-Chair of Special Events.

Winstead is among the largest business law firms in Texas. Winstead attorneys and consultants serve as the trusted advisors to mid-market and large businesses, providing a core range of legal services that are critical to their operation and success. From its well-known reputation in real estate and financial services to its corporate and high-stakes litigation practice, Winstead has the power to perform for your business. Winstead has offices in Austin, Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston, San Antonio, and The Woodlands, Texas; and Washington, D.C. For detailed information about Winstead, visit www.winstead.com.

Schatz Nobel Izard P.C. Announces Investigation of Aruba Networks, Inc.

Punitive damages may be everyday in US courts, but they terrify many foreign courts who regard them as offensive to notions of justice. 6

Punitive damages may be everyday in US courts, but they terrify many foreign courts who regard them as offensive to notions of justice.