BoyarMiller promotes Whitney Brieck to Senior Associate
Whitney is a successful civil trial and appellate lawyer whose experiences inside the courtroom make her uniquely situated to counsel her clients through all stages of the pre-trial, trial, appellate, and arbitration process. In federal and state trial courts and commercial arbitration, she has played a key role in developing and favorably resolving cases through dispositive motion practice, bench and jury trials, and final arbitration hearings. Whitney has also taken the lead in pursuing and defending interlocutory and final appeals across Texas and before the Texas Supreme Court.
“We are proud of Whitney’s development as an attorney since joining the firm in 2015. She embodies the values of our firm and is consistently exceeding client expectations with excellent counsel, smart strategy and diligent actions,” said firm Chairman Chris Hanslik.
Before joining the firm, Whitney spent several years litigating and appealing a diverse array of commercial business disputes for a mid-size law firm in downtown Houston, Texas. She also spent two years with the Fourteenth Court of Appeals, as a staff attorney for the Honorable Justice Sharon McCally and a briefing attorney for the Honorable William J. Boyce, where she reviewed briefing, evaluated oral argument, participated in conferences with the justices, drafted opinions, and considered points on rehearing. While studying at the University of Texas School of Law in Austin, Texas, Whitney also evaluated petitions for review and drafted recommendations as an intern for the Honorable Justice Don R. Willett on the Texas Supreme Court.
BoyarMiller is a 27-year-old Houston-based law firm comprised of two practice groups: business and litigation. The business group serves multinational companies, middle-market businesses and entrepreneurs in need of collaborative and strategic representation. The litigation group represents organizations of all sizes, from entrepreneurs to Fortune 500 companies, seeking to resolve complex business issues and employment disputes. See www.boyarmiller.com for more information.