Houston BigLaw Attorneys Form New Nontraditional Firm

By Michelle Casady (June 21, 2016, 4:44 PM EDT) -- It was announced that a new law firm employing the "virtual office model" — co-founded by a former partner from Reed Smith LLP and former senior counsel from Seyfarth Shaw LLP — opened in Houston earlier this month and is looking to hire more attorneys interested in the nontraditional firm format.

Greathouse Holloway McFadden PLLC co-founders Wanda Greathouse Holloway, who was a founding partner of Reed Smith's Houston office, and Barry McFadden, formerly of Seyfarth, said for now the firm employs seven attorneys, with three full-time and the rest serving in contract or consulting counsel roles for now. But there are...

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