Texas Historical Commission Gives a Nod to Haynes and Boone with Texas Treasure Business Award

12/18/2020

Haynes and Boone, LLP has received the Texas Treasure Business Award in recognition of the firm’s 50 years of doing business in the Lone Star State.

Presented by the Texas Historical Commission, the Texas Treasure Business Award Program recognizes the accomplishments of Texas businesses that have provided jobs and support the state’s economy for at least 50 years.

Created in 2005 by Senate Bill 920, authored by Sen. Leticia Van de Putte of San Antonio and sponsored by Rep. Charles "Doc” Anderson of Waco, the program pays tribute to the state’s well-established businesses and their exceptional historical contributions to the state’s economic growth and prosperity.

Haynes and Boone Of Counsel Rafael Anchia and Partner John Turner – both of whom are state representatives – nominated Haynes and Boone for the award.

“We are honored to receive this recognition from the Texas Historical Commission,” Managing Partner Tim Powers said. “This year marks Haynes and Boone’s 50th anniversary and we are exceedingly proud of our Texas roots and how this state has provided a foundation for the firm to grow across the U.S. and internationally.” 

Haynes and Boone is an international corporate law firm with offices in Texas, New York, California, Charlotte, Chicago, Denver, Washington, D.C., London, Mexico City and Shanghai, providing a full spectrum of legal services in energy, technology, financial services and private equity. With more than 575 lawyers, Haynes and Boone is ranked among the largest U.S.-based firms by The National Law Journal, The American Lawyer and The Lawyer. It also was recognized across the board for excellence in the BTI Consulting Group’s 2020 “A-Team” report, which identifies the law firms that in-house counsel commend for providing superior client service.

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