Hicks Thomas Attorneys Amanda Goldstein and D. Ryan Cordell, Jr. Named to Lawdragon 500 X - The Next Generation of Legal Leaders in America

Hicks Thomas LLP is pleased to announce that firm attorneys Amanda Goldstein and D. Ryan Cordell, Jr. have been named to Lawdragon’s 500 X – The Next Generation, a guide to the young attorneys considered the future legal leaders of America.

According to Lawdragon, the inaugural 500 X guide is dedicated to those attorneys who “will define where the legal profession of our country goes.” Most honorees have been in practice between seven and 15 years and have “vaulted to the forefront of the legal profession.”

Ms. Goldstein has been recognized by Lawdragon for her work in commercial litigation. Her work includes litigating claims for breach of contract, fraud, violations of the Texas Deceptive Trade Practices Act, and trade dress infringement. Ms. Goldstein’s experience includes internships in Harris County’s 234th and 333rd Civil District Courts. She received her law degree from The University of Texas School of Law and her undergraduate degree from the University of Colorado at Boulder.

Mr. Cordell, Jr. was named to the 500 X guide for his work in commercial litigation, mass torts, and personal injury. His experience includes handling cases involving contract disputes, tortious business conduct, trade secret misappropriation, and infringement of various types of intellectual property. He earned his law degree from Tulane University Law School, where he graduated cum laude with a certificate in Environmental Law. He received his undergraduate degree from Tulane University.

“Amanda and Ryan are two very talented, hardworking and passionate attorneys who are incredible assets to our clients and our firm,” said Hicks Thomas partner John B. Thomas. “I am excited for what they each have to offer the legal profession and am very happy to see them recognized in this way.”

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