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Scheef & Stone Partner Matt Bracy Receives Corp INTL Business Transactional Lawyer of the Year in Texas Award

By March 9, 2017May 27th, 2021News & Events

Dallas, Texas – Scheef & Stone, LLP is pleased to announce Partner Matt Bracy’s selection as a 2017 Business Transaction Lawyer of the Year in Texas by Corporate INTL Legal Awards.

“I am honored and humbled to be recognized, especially in the transactions arena,” Bracy said. “I take pride and enjoyment in helping businesses grow.”

Since 2008, the Corp INTL’s Global Awards recognize those who have been successful over the past 12 months demonstrating excellence and experience in service. Corp INTL uses detailed independent research obtained by their editorial team in order to shortlist up to 5 potential winners in each category. Shortlisted parties are carefully scrutinized with a focus on service type, geographical location, business operations, and experience available for trade.

Bracy represents domestic and international companies in the areas of corporate and business law in Scheef & Stone’s Frisco office. He previously served as the General Counsel of a specialty finance company located in Dallas, prior to returning to private practice. Bracy was recently unanimously elected to the Steering Committee of non-profit, Dallas-based general counsel networking group, GC Netweavers.

Scheef & Stone, LLP provides solid counsel to its valued clients by forging innovative legal solutions to build lasting relationships. From its offices in Dallas and Frisco, members of the law firm hold themselves to the highest standards, and embrace the art of going above and beyond the extra mile for their clients. These values have led to strategic growth, bringing our attorney count to 60 lawyers practicing in a full-service transactional and litigation firm with services including immigration, corporate, cybersecurity, mergers and acquisitions, real estate, tax, construction law, banking, bankruptcy, intellectual property, healthcare, litigation and employment law.