BoyarMiller’s Steven D. Kesten Elected to Leadership Positions at Houston Bar Association and Association for Corporate Growth
HOUSTON (July 24, 2014) – Steven D. Kesten, a business attorney and shareholder of BoyarMiller, has been elected to top leadership positions of two prestigious professional organizations.
The Houston Bar Association elected Kesten to serve as chairman of its Mergers and Acquisitions Section. He previously served as a council member and held the position of section treasurer. The Mergers and Acquisitions Section focuses on the role played by lawyers in negotiating and documenting business acquisitions, divestitures, mergers and related transactions. It is the primary resource for cutting-edge M&A education for lawyers in Houston.
Additionally, Kesten is serving as president-elect of the Houston Chapter of the Association for Corporate Growth, a global organization focused on driving middle-market growth. He has served on the board of directors of the organization since 2011 and will lead the organization’s efforts in Houston next year as president.
“It has always been a personal goal, and a core value of BoyarMiller, to support our profession and to give back to the community,” said Kesten. “I am honored to be involved with these two important organizations and to help them achieve their individual missions of education and support.”
Kesten joined BoyarMiller in 2001 and focuses his practice on transactional law. He is licensed to practice before the Federal District Courts for the Southern District of Texas.
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