Brett Young, Amber Ervin, Tamarah Feigl and Melanie Rother are new partners in Fulbright’s Houston office. Bert Greene is a new partner in Fulbright in Austin.
Young (pictured) says he clerked for Fulbright in summer 2002 and joined the firm in August 2003 shortly after graduating with honors from the University of Houston Law Center. He has a litigation practice.
“I do mostly big-ticket tort litigation,” Young says.
Ervin (pictured) says she joined Fulbright in September 2003 after she received her J.D. from Vanderbilt Law School. She has a corporate practice.
Feigl (pictured), a 2000 graduate of the University of Texas School of Law, says she joined Fulbright in 2008 after working as an associate in Winstead’s Houston office. Her practice focuses on real estate transactions.
Feigl says she handles commercial acquisitions, dispositions, leasing and secured financing. “I do a lot with corporate M&A and private equity,” she says.
“My primary practice has been litigation,” Rother says. “For the most part I have defended, but I represent plaintiffs as well.”
She says she handles commercial and business litigation, including breach of contract cases, fraudulent matters and misrepresentations in contracts.
Greene (pictured) says he joined the firm in September 2004 after graduating earlier that year from the University of Texas School of Law. He has an intellectual property and technology-based litigation practice.
“I work primarily in patent litigation,” Greene says, noting that he also handles technology-related litigation in general.
— Mary Alice Robbins
Robbins is an Austin-based freelance writer and a former Texas Lawyer senior reporter.