Kirby D. Hopkins
With 15 years of experience, Mr. Hopkins represents clients in business disputes involving the following areas of law: arbitration; partnerships; corporations; fiduciary duties; deceptive trade practices (DTPA); banking; financial services; employment (non-compete, non-solicit, non-contact, non-disclosure, termination, benefits, age discrimination (ADEA), overtime (FLSA), sexual harassment); health; oil and gas; oilfield services; trade secrets; real estate (landlord / tenant); construction; trials; and appeals. Prior to beginning his private practice, Mr. Hopkins was a Briefing Attorney for two years at the Thirteenth Court of Appeals in Edinburg and Corpus Christi, Texas.
Mr. Centrich received his B.B.A. in 2002 from the University of Texas at Austin, where he majored in Finance and was a member of the Business Honors Program. He received his J.D. in 2006 from the University of Texas School of Law where he was a member of the Review of Litigation. Joseph Centrich’s practice focuses on a complex business litigation.
C. LEE WINKELMAN
Having practiced employment law since 2003, Mr. Winkelman understands that for every legal problem an employer faces, there can be a unique business solution. Mr. Winkelman leverages this understanding in drafting HR policies and agreements designed to achieve his clients’ strategic business and risk management goals.
Ms. Berkeley’s practice includes all aspects of divorce, child custody, visitation, and support, as well as paternity, terminations and adoptions. Her experience includes high-conflict custody matters and high- end complex property division issues. With years of experience practicing in a small town firm, she is acutely attuned to the impact family law matters.
LANCE C. WINCHESTER
Lance brings his breadth of experience to each case he handles. He has tried more than 100 jury cases and also successfully handled a broad range of civil matters, including wrongful death, serious personal injury, medical and professional malpractice, products liability, drug litigation, premises defects, oil and gas disputes, misappropriation of trade secrets.