Schouest, Bamdas, Soshea & BenMaier PLLC was recently featured in Law360 in an article on the firm’s expansion into Corpus Christi, Texas.
In the article, “Maritime Firm Schouest Bamdas Opens Corpus Christi Office,” (subscription required), SBSB Eastham Partner Susan Noe Wilson told Law360 she had a number of clients in the area and has between 12 and 15 cases active in the courts of South Texas, a region that includes Corpus Christi.
“The corporate office just made a lot of sense to me,” Ms. Wilson said in the article. “The port there is very dynamic, it’s growing. A lot of work is being done out there.”
Ms. Wilson also discussed with Law360 the decision to bring in maritime litigation lawyer Carra Miller to lead the new office.
“I had known of Carra Miller and I’ve gotten to know her and I find her to be one of the most impressive young attorneys that I’ve met in a long time,” she said.
To read the firm’s full expansion announcement, click here.