Haynes and Boone Opens Office in Denver
The law firm of Haynes and Boone announced on Monday that it has opened an office in Denver while also adding two new partners, according to a release from the firm.
The two new partners are Anne Weber and Alan Talesnick.
Two lawyers from the Houston office of the firm will move to Denver as Patrick L. Hughes and Counsel Robert Thibault agreed to relocate.
"Haynes and Boone has a long history of working with clients and contacts in the greater Denver area, so establishing a physical presence in Denver is a natural way to build upon those relationships and reach out to important constituents in the region," Managing Partner Tim Powers said.
"Anne, Alan and the team we are assembling for this mission will be able to integrate and leverage our strong Texas oil and gas base of operations and deep energy sector expertise, public and private company experience, and the firm's national capital-source connections to offer clients a unique and highly effective level of legal support for their businesses during a particularly dynamic time in the energy industry."
Weber founded the Weber Law Firm, LLC back in 2003 and worked as the managing attorney. Her practices focuses on midstream sector work involving oil and natural gas liquids purchase, commercial gas, transactions, transportation, fractionation agreements and more.
Talesnick handles clients who are dealing with private and public offerings, corporate governance, SEC reporting and compliance, business transactions and mergers and acquisitions.
Hughes will work as the Denver Office Administrative Partner. Thibault will split his time between the offices in Houston and Denver.
"I am delighted to be part of this law firm's strategic energy practice growth plans here in Denver," Weber said. "With the incredible talent available across the 12 other Haynes and Boone offices, I know that Denver-based clients and all the firm's clients with Rocky Mountain business interests are going to be impressed with how Haynes and Boone can support their growth and other key goals and objectives. There couldn't be a better fit for me and my firm."
Talesnick added, "I look forward to joining Haynes and Boone, which offers a deep bench of corporate and financial services practitioners, as well as unusually impressive energy and intellectual property capabilities."
The announcement of the Denver office comes not long after the firm expanded its Greater China cross-border practice. The team added six lawyers, with one in Houston and one in Shanghai.
Summary: The law firm of Haynes and Boone announced on Monday that it has opened an office in Denver while also adding two new partners.