Clark Hill Strasburger Attorneys Recognized as Texas Super Lawyers Rising Stars
Nine Clark Hill Strasburger attorneys have been named Texas Super Lawyers Rising Stars. Super Lawyers, a Thomson Reuters business, is a rating service of outstanding lawyers from more than 70 practice areas, who have attained a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. The patented multiphase selection process includes a statewide survey of lawyers, an independent research evaluation of candidates and peer reviews by practice area resulting in a credible, comprehensive and diverse listing of exceptional attorneys.
2019 Texas Rising Stars
Sujata Ajmera, Austin (Immigration)
Carrie Douglas, San Antonio (Health Care)
Andrew Edson, Dallas (Bankruptcy: Business)
Tate Hemingson, Dallas (Business Litigation)
Audra Mayberry, Collin County (Business Litigation)
John O’Connor, Dallas (Business Litigation)
Marisa Resendez, San Antonio (Business Litigation)
Martin Thornthwaite, Collin County (Business Litigation)
Sarah Nichols Wariner, Collin County (Business Litigation)
What's Hot in the U.S. Crime Market - Part III
Please join us for a fast-moving presentation on the important current trends in the crime and related insurance coverage markets.
Post-Merger Integration Challenges in the Cannabis Industry
Join us for a thoughtful discussion which will cover M&A project integration plan outlines. We will discuss the timeline for major resources, assets, and processes of the acquiring and acquired companies that will be combined in order to achieve the goals of the deal.
Addressing the Ramifications of Federal Legalization for the U.S. Cannabis Industry
The cannabis industry rang in 2021 with high hopes of federal legalization, leading to a massive run-up in cannabis equity values. Eighteen months later, however, proposals for federal legalization continue to stagnate and the industry remains beset with the unfair tax burdens, transactions costs and regulatory nightmares created by prohibition. Many wonder, what is taking Congress so long to pass a bill de-scheduling cannabis?