– Haynes and Boone, LLP is relocating its Silicon Valley office from San Jose to a full floor of Class A office space in downtown Palo Alto’s only high-rise.
The new 525 University Ave. address – with its easy access to public transit, five-star restaurants, retail amenities and underground parking -- has developed a reputation as a premier destination for the top professional service firms in the downtown core.
– Haynes and Boone, LLP Partner Rick Werner
joined representatives of client Pioneer Power Solutions at the NASDAQ MarketSite in Times Square to ring the closing bell on Nov. 19.
Werner took the stage along with a Pioneer contingent led by chairman and CEO Nathan Mazurek and CFO Andrew Minkow.
Mexico and Brazil are driving Haynes and Boone, LLP business in Latin America, although the US law firm is also seeing growing business in Colombia, Argentina and Peru.
“Our business is driven heavily by Mexico,” says Larry Pascal
, chair of the Americas Practice Group
and co-chair of the International Practice Group
at Haynes and Boone.
– The San Antonio Business Journal
(SABJ) has named Haynes and Boone, LLP Frank Ruttenberg
as a 2013 Outstanding Lawyer for helping to drive business and make a difference in the local real estate sector.
Honorees were selected based on their impact on a specific legal field, significant cases and pro bono work.
– Haynes and Boone, LLP has been honored with the 2013 Gulf Coast Corporate Commitment Award, recognizing the firm’s commitment to diversity and inclusion in the workplace and in the business community, by the Texas Diversity Council (TDC), a non-profit organization focused on educating organizations on diversity and inclusion.
The firm was nominated and chosen by the TDC staff and Gulf Coast Advisory Board, which considered criteria including corporate culture, diversity programs, commitment to recruitment and retention of individuals of all populations and diversity initiatives that establish and foster a more inclusive and equitable work/learning environment.