Finkelstein says he joined Dykema in June 2012 after spending 37 years at Hughes & Luce, which became K&L Gates in Dallas.
At Dykema, Finkelstein is a member of the firm’s corporate finance department and business bankruptcy practice. He says his practice focuses on general business matters with an emphasis on private company transactions, restructuring and bankruptcy.
Finkelstein, a 1974 cum laude graduate of Baylor School of Law, says he served as a law clerk from then-Texas Supreme Court Justice Thomas M. Reavley following law school.
Finkelstein says Dykema has almost 400 lawyers, including 22 in Dallas and one Austin attorney who is attached to the Dallas office. He says the firm is particularly interested in growing in Texas, North Carolina and California markets.
— Mary Alice Robbins
Robbins is an Austin-based freelance writer and a former Texas Lawyer senior reporter.