The Feldman Law Firm, LLP
Scott Feldman
Two Post Oak Central, 1980 Post Oak Blvd. Suite 1900, Houston, TX 77056
sfeldman@feldlaw.com
http://www.feldlaw.com/

The Feldman Law Firm's practice concentrates on the representation of closely held businesses and their principal owners in tax and corporate matters and in commercial and business litigation.


Locke Lord
Christopher Martin
600 Travis St., Houston, TX 77002
cmartin@lockelord.com
http://www.lockelord.com/

Locke Lord is a full-service law firm with a truly global reach. With more than 20 offices worldwide, the firm has a physical presence on three continents, and a level of experience and capabilities that is international in scope. The firm’s team handles a wide breadth of matters, across multiple industries and borders, allowing us to collaborate with clients who are looking to compete in an increasingly complex marketplace.


McDermott, Will, & Emery LLP
Thomas Jones
227 West Monroe St., Chicago, IL 60606
tjones@mwe.com
https://www.mwe.com/

McDermott, Will, & Emery LLP is an integrated, international law firm with recognized strength in tax, private equity, mergers and acquisitions, health care, high-stakes litigation, and many other key areas of transactional and regulatory law. The firm emphasizes and fosters long-term, industry-focused client relationships with multinational companies, rising entrepreneurial firms, investors and capital providers, and many of the world’s wealthiest families and individuals.


Paul Frank + Collins, PC
Paul McDougall
P.O. Box 1307, Burlington, VT 05402
pmcdougall@fclaw.com
http://www.pfclaw.com/

Paul Frank + Collins has been a recognized authority and leader in the captive insurance industry since 1981, when the Vermont Legislature enacted Vermont captive insurance statutes thereby creating the Vermont captive domicile. We were instrumental in drafting the 1991 redomestication statute, which facilitates the redomestications between states and the island of Bermuda and the Cayman Islands. More recently, PF+C assisted in the drafting of Vermont's protected and incorporated cell captive statute and with Vermont's corporate governance standards for risk retention groups enacted by the Vermont Legislature in 2015.