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Office Space 

One Mile from Courthouse with Great Parking:1100 sq foot office in the sought after Finesilver building. Office is turn-key and ready to go with 4 offices and reception area. Building has a large conference room for use for free. Parking is free and easy. Opposing counsel and clients are always very complimentary of the space. I am moving to a bigger space and need to sublet. Will consider throwing in the furniture for a lease takeover. Contact Justin at 210-960-3939.

New Office Space Available October 1, 2019at 1604 and Redland Rd. One attorney office. Includes conference rooms, kitchen, copier, phones, internet and free parking. $700 per month. Contact Pat at 210-260-0411 for more information or to schedule a tour.
 

Charming Three-story Historic Buildingwith offices available for lease at 206 E. Locust Street, near downtown.  Common amenities include live receptionists, covered parking, kitchen/break rooms, ADA compliant restrooms, reception areas, faxes, scanning and copy machines.  Virtual Office Space also available. For information, please contact Kathy Hoffman 210-884-1375.
 

Office space available on South Alamo Streetin the heart of the King William Historic District, just four minutes from the Courthouse. Within walking distance of numerous restaurants, galleries, beer gardens, and much more. Easily accessible to major highways. Available space includes 2 corner offices approximately 13x14, conference room, AT&T fiber internet, copies, scans, shred box, and other amenities. Referral and collaboration opportunities. Please contact Jennifer (210) 504-1514 x 103.

 

Employment

ATTORNEYS FOR GORDON & REES – DALLAS EXPANSION
Gordon & Rees, a national law firm with offices in all 50 states, has several immediate openings for attorneys experienced in health care, employment and commercial litigation in its rapidly expanding Dallas office. We are looking for attorneys with a minimum of 3 years’ experience in the areas of health care, employment and commercial litigation.  Candidates should have strong analytical and organizational skills, excellent research, writing and oral communication skills, and a demonstrated commitment to client service.  Texas license is required.  We offer a competitive salary and full benefits package.  Remote working arrangements are considered.  
Please submit cover letter, resume and writing sample(s) to DFWRecruiting@grsm.com with “Attorney” in the subject line.  No Recruiter or telephone calls.  Gordon & Rees is an equal opportunity employer.
 

LITIGATION AND COMMERCIAL TRANSACTIONS ASSOCIATES
San Antonio law firm is looking to fill two associate positions, one for Litigation and the other for Commercial Transactions. Prior experience is preferred but not essential. Litigation position will involve primarily state and federal court commercial litigation as well as bankruptcy matters. Applicants must be able to demonstrate solid research and writing ability, and will be expected to show courtroom competency early on. Commercial Transactions position involves representation of a diverse array of clients on a wide variety of commercial transactions, including real estate sales and leasing, mortgage and asset-based lending, oil and gas matters, technology-related licenses and contracts, banking services, and other general business matters.  Heavy emphasis on preparation, review and negotiation of complex commercial agreements. Strong academics are essential. Fourteen attorney firm with relaxed atmosphere. If interested, please submit your resume to Jon D. Lowe, Martin & Drought, P.C., 300 Convent Street, 25th Floor, San Antonio, Texas 78205. Fax: 210-227-7924; email: jlowe@mdtlaw.com

Seeking Firm Affiliation

ESTATE PLANNING, PROBATE & TAX ATTORNEY.  Former large firm partner with sophisticated estate planning, probate, tax, succession planning, and family business experience is relocating to San Antonio for family reasons. Seeks to affiliate with established law firm wanting to increase its depth in wealth preservation, estate planning, business succession, and probate areas.  Some portable business.  Team player who knows the value of business development. Board-certified in estate planning and probate law, AV preeminent rating, Order of the Coif, graduated with high distinction from national law school, and LL.M. in taxation. Contact: txcountrylawyer11@gmail.com
 

Services

Workplace Harassment Investigator
Debra Manitzas Trueman
Manitzas Trueman Consulting Services, Inc.
210-545-3331
dtrueman2005@sbcglobal.net
www.manitzastrueman.com

 

Board Certified Estate Planning and Probate AttorneyAvailable to assist with estate planning, probate, guardianship, and related matters.   Also licensed in Florida and able to handle ancillary Florida probate and related matters.  Board Certified in Estate Planning and Probate Law by TBLS (Texas).  Contact David Butterbaugh at david@butterbaughlaw.com, 210-212-6700, or www.sanantonioprobatelaw.com.   

 

H. Paul Canales, Retired Judge 
Mediation & Arbitration 
Services 29 years total judicial experience 
22 years county court law 
7 years as a visiting judge 
Cell: 210-602-3621
Fax: 210-247-9335 
Email: judgecanales@gmail.com
 

Michael Curry, Atty-Mediator
AAM Certified
700 Lavaca St., Ste. 1400
Austin, TX 78701 • 512-474-5573
Full-time mediator since 1994
Email: mcmediate@msn.com
Website with calendar: www.mcmediate.com
Available for your Travis County mediations.

 

 

 

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Chellie Thompson

Monarch Media

(512) 293-9277

chellie@monarchmediainc.com

 

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