BoyarMiller Elects Three Shareholders

HOUSTON (Jan. 8, 2016) – BoyarMiller announces that three of its attorneys have been elected shareholders as it marks 25 years as a leading Houston business and litigation law firm. Philip Dunlap and David Stockel were formerly senior associates, and Hilary Tyson was counsel with the firm.

“These three outstanding attorneys demonstrate consistently the combination of hard work, strong commitment and successful client outcomes that exemplify the standards of excellence we strive to deliver in our practice,” said firm Chairman Chris Hanslik. “We know they will continue to contribute to the success of our clients and our firm in their new positions as shareholders.”

Corporate attorney Philip Dunlap joined BoyarMiller’s business group in 2011. His practice primarily consists of corporate and private securities transactions as well as serving as outside general counsel in a variety of matters, including mergers and acquisitions, financing, employment agreements and raising capital through private offerings.

David Stockel joined BoyarMiller’s litigation group in 2013 and handles commercial litigation, employment and intellectual property disputes, as well as energy-related matters for both onshore and offshore activity.

Hilary Tyson

Hilary Tyson joined the firm in 2015 as counsel in the business group. Her practice consists of representing developers, homebuilders and equity investors in a variety of commercial real estate transactions including acquisitions, leasing, dispositions and entity formation.

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 for more information.