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Corporate partner joins Norton Rose Fulbright in Houston | News | Norton Rose Fulbright

Corporate partner joins Norton Rose Fulbright in Houston

January 4, 2018


Norton Rose Fulbright today announced that William D. Davis II, an accomplished corporate, M&A and securities lawyer, has joined the global law firm as a partner in its Houston office. He comes to Norton Rose Fulbright from Baker McKenzie.

Davis focuses on a wide range of corporate and transactional matters, including securities offerings, US Securities and Exchange Commission reporting obligations, mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance issues, corporate restructurings, redomestications, capital financings as well as general corporate and securities law matters.

Daryl Lansdale, Norton Rose Fulbright’s US Managing Partner, said:

“Will’s corporate knowledge and client-first mindset complement our approach of providing superior service. His experience across a broad range of industries enhances to our transactional offerings in Houston.”

Gene Lewis, Norton Rose Fulbright’s US Head of Business Practice, commented:

“Will is an exceptional deal lawyer who bolsters our impressive corporate group. He is highly respected for his M&A and securities work, especially in the energy and healthcare sectors.”

Davis, who is admitted to practice in Texas, Maryland and New York, said:

“Norton Rose Fulbright offers a wonderful opportunity to collaborate with some of the finest corporate lawyers in the world. I have always been impressed with their corporate team, and I look forward to introducing my clients to the firm’s tremendous global reach.”

 Davis received his LLM from the Georgetown University Law Center, his JD from the University of Tulsa College of Law and his BA from Franklin & Marshall College.