BoyarMiller Adds Associates to Firm’s Litigation and Business Practices

HOUSTON (Nov. 3, 2016) – Litigator Craig Lauchner and corporate business attorney Corinne Sullins have joined BoyarMiller, a Houston business and litigation law firm, as associates in the firm’s litigation and business groups respectively.

“As we expand our practice to continue to provide responsive and dedicated client service, we are pleased to attract these talented attorneys to our firm,” said BoyarMiller Chairman Chris Hanslik. “We got to know them as participants in our Summer Associate Program and their passion for law is evident. Craig and Corinne are committed to our distinct culture and principles of service. We know they both will make valuable contributions to our firm and clients.”

Lauchner focuses his practice on business and commercial litigation. Proficient in Spanish, Lauchner is interested in written and oral advocacy issues and has clerked for the Federal Immigration Court in Houston. While attending The University of Texas School of Law, Lauchner served as managing editor of business for the Texas International Law Journal.

Sullins represents domestic and foreign entities, as well as individuals, in a broad range of corporate matters. Sullins also attended The University of Texas School of Law and represented children involved in cases of abuse or neglect as an Attorney Ad Litem through the UT Children’s Rights Clinic. She also clerked for the Texas House of Representatives Natural Resources Committee.

About BoyarMiller
BoyarMiller is a mid-size Houston-based law firm that advances client business goals by bringing new possibilities into focus with confidence and clarity to achieve extraordinary outcomes. Since 1990, we have been providing practical and smart business solutions. Our firm is comprised of two practice groups—business law and litigation—and we serve multinational companies, middle-market businesses and entrepreneurs in need of collaborative and strategic representation. See www.boyarmiller.com for more information.