Two Lawyers Join Forces to Create Business Litigation Firm

Beckstead Terry PLLC.

These two lawyers have joined forces to bring business Litigation to a new level.

According to an article recently completed by the Austin Business Journal, two lawyers are coming together to launch an employment and commercial litigation focused law firm.  Amy Beckstead and Jana Terry, two attorneys with long histories working in commercial litigation, will be working together to found and create the new firm.  The pair of women have known each other for quite some time, first becoming acquainted through a locale female attorney networking group entitled the Mother Attorney Mentoring Association, which was conceived, formed and set into motion by Beckstead herself.

Beckstead and Terry have been acquainted since meeting at the organization, and have only grown closer since their first meeting.  In the time since they have met, the pair has found that their approaches to serving clients is identical.  Both women have a priority on focusing to provide responsive, strategic and practical advice to clients.  Together, Beckstead and Terry feel that their joining forces will allow them to leverage their respective skills and optimize the services provided to their clients.

Amy Beckstead brings experience in working for a firm to the table—in knowing and completing the day to day tasks required to keep a law firm in operation.  She is licensed to practice in two states—California and Texas.  Prior to forming the new firm, she worked for DLA Piper, a large international law firm.  Jana Terry, on the other hand, has experience in running law firms, as she has been the key figure in running a commercial litigation firm for the last three years.  Prior to this, she worked for Greenberg Taurig, one of the largest law firms in the United States.

The firm formed by the two female lawyers will be entitled Beckstead Terry PLLC.  The company will be based in Austin and focus on business and employment litigation.