...[S]ince 2010 about 2,000 well-to-do Mexicans have brought their businesses to Texas or started new ones here, according to a Dallas Morning News
analysis...Alberto de la Peña
, a native of Mexico City, arrived in Dallas in 2000 for what he thought would be a six-month legal course at SMU. He has stayed for more than 14 years, living a transnational life. De la Peña is now a law partner at Haynes and Boone in Dallas, where he helps business clients navigate the bureaucratic legal maze in Mexico.
Haynes and Boone, LLP clients, lawyers and friends this week previewed key issues facing the 84th Texas Legislature through the eyes of two firm lawyers - one Republican, the other Democrat - who represent Dallas districts in the Texas House of Representatives.
After being welcomed in Dallas by Managing Partner Terry Conner
, District 103 Rep. Rafael Anchia
(D- Dallas) and District 114 Rep. Jason Villalba
(R-Dallas) gave their assessments of the upcoming legislation, with Scott Braddock, Quorum Report
senior political correspondent serving as panel moderator.
– The continued growth of the Haynes and Boone, LLP hedge fund practice is being boosted with the recruitment of two highly regarded partners in the firm’s rapidly expanding New York office, Ricardo W. Davidovich
and Shelley J. Rosensweig
Davidovich and Rosensweig bring to the firm’s hedge fund capabilities more than 35 years of experience in advising investment managers, hedge funds and other alternative asset structures.
Haynes and Boone, LLP Partner Buddy Clark
, leader of the firm’s energy practice, was interviewed Dec. 2 as an energy industry expert on the impact of falling oil prices on Squawk Box, CNBC‘s the popular morning business program.
Clark, appearing with Wall Street Journal
special writer Greg Zuckerman, said the fallout will be far from the catastrophe some have predicted for oil and gas producers.