Henson Adams

Practices

Education and Clerkships

J.D., University of Texas School of Law, 2016, with honors, Order of Barristers, Texas Review of Entertainment & Sports Law, Managing Editor

B.B.A., Oklahoma Christian University, 2011, magna cum laude

  • Judicial Intern to the Honorable Judge Jeffrey S. Boyd, The Supreme Court of Texas, 2015
  • Judicial Intern to the Honorable Judge Craig A. Gargotta, The U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Western District of Texas, 2014

Admissions

Texas, 2016

Profile

Henson Adams is an associate in the Litigation Practice Group in the San Antonio office of Haynes and Boone.

In law school, Henson was a member of Texas Law’s interscholastic mock trial and moot court teams. While competing on the national moot court team, Henson won the regional championship of the American Bar Association’s National Appellate Advocacy Competition.

Henson gained experience as a judicial law intern at the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Western District of Texas, assisting the court in complex financial disputes.

Prior to law school, Henson was a corps member in Teach for America, teaching algebra at a Title I secondary school in Oklahoma.

Education and Clerkships

  • J.D., University of Texas School of Law, 2016, with honors, Order of Barristers, Texas Review of Entertainment & Sports Law, Managing Editor
  • B.B.A., Oklahoma Christian University, 2011, magna cum laude
  • Judicial Intern to the Honorable Judge Jeffrey S. Boyd, The Supreme Court of Texas, 2015
  • Judicial Intern to the Honorable Judge Craig A. Gargotta, The U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Western District of Texas, 2014

Newsletter

OSHA newsletter

OSHA Quarterly Newsletter, December 2016

This edition of the Haynes and Boone Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA) Newsletter discusses OSHA's guidance on the controversial rule regarding drug-testing and safety incentive policies, OSHA's new recommended practices for safety and health programs, the first year of OSHA's severe injury reporting program, OSHA's proposed changes to the lockout/tagout rule, and more.

Labor and Employment

Labor and Employment | Haynes and Boone, LLP

OSHA’s Proposed Changes to Lockout/Tagout Rule Issued

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (“OSHA”) has proposed a controversial revision to the lockout/tagout rule. OSHA made its proposed revisions to the rule, and many others, under OSHA’s Standards Improvement Project-Phase IV (“SIP IV”), a collection of 18 OSHA rule revisions changed to “remove or revise outdated, duplicative, unnecessary, and inconsistent requirements” in OSHA’s standards.

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