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Business Ownership Divorce
Business and Employment Contracts
Commercial Real Estate Litigation
Contract and Lease Negotiations
Conveyances and Deeds
Houston, TX 77023
South Texas College of Law
T. Daniel Hollaway
Hollaway & Gumbert
8225 Westglen Drive
Houston, Texas 77063-6307
B.A., Cum Laude, Criminology and Corrections, Sam Houston State University – 1978
J.D., South Texas College of Law Houston, 1990
1980 – 1986, U. S. Naval Reserve
1986 – 1987, Texas Department of Criminal Justice, Division of Pardons and Paroles
1988 – 1990, Attended law school and served as law clerk to Harris County District Judges Shearn Smith and Davie Wilson
1991 - 1996, Associate attorney at Sullins, Johnston, Rohrbach & Magers, P.C., Houston, Texas
1997 – Present, Attorney and Principal at Hollaway & Gumbert, P.C., Houston, Texas
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