Edison, McDowell & Hetherington LLP announces move to First City Tower in Houston, Texas
June 11, 2016 (PRLEAP.COM) Business NewsHouston, Texas, June 11, 2016 - Edison, McDowell & Hetherington LLP, a national trial litigation boutique law firm focused on meeting the litigation and trial needs of its clients, will relocate its Houston headquarters to the First City Tower, located at 1001 Fannin Street, Suite 2700, Houston, Texas 77002. The larger space will accommodate EMH's rapidly expanding footprint. The move is effective June 13, 2016.
"EMH has enjoyed tremendous success and expansion in a short period of time. The new office space will help our firm accommodate its rapid growth, while we continue to provide superior value to our clients," said David T. McDowell, a founding partner of EMH. "The building is architecturally impressive and geographically convenient," he added. Since its founding in 2009, EMH has quadrupled in size, and the move follows recent expansions to EMH's offices in Dallas/Fort Worth and Northern California.
ABOUT EDISON, MCDOWELL & HETHERINGTON LLP
EMH was founded by Andrew M. Edison, David T. McDowell and Thomas F. A. Hetherington, three highly regarded trial attorneys in Houston, Texas. Since its opening in 2009, EMH has expanded to four offices, located in Texas and California. Founded on the core belief that top quality litigation and trial services can be delivered cost-effectively, EMH has already established itself as a national firm, with significant depth in the energy, insurance and financial services sectors. EMH's attorneys handle class actions and complex cases throughout the United States in virtually every area of business and the law.
For more information about EMH, please visit http://emhllp.com or call (713) 337-5580.
ABOUT FIRST CITY TOWER
First City Tower is a skyscraper in downtown Houston, Texas. The building rises 662 feet and currently stands as the 14th-tallest building in the city. The structure is an example of late-modernist architecture. The building is notable for its distinctive "staircase cuts" on the north and south facades, and is composed mostly of aluminum and green-tinted glass. First City Tower was constructed in a diagonal rotation away from Houston's main north-south street grid, which gives the impression that the structure has a larger footprint than it actually does. Morris Architects designed First City Tower, which opened in 1981.