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Dulske Becomes President of San Antonio Chapter of Federal Bar Association; Williamson and Kost Earn Professional Service Awards

July 5, 2017

Dykema, a leading national law firm, announced today several pieces of news regarding some of the firm’s San Antonio-based attorneys; John Dulske became President of the San Antonio Chapter of the Federal Bar Association, Deborah Williamson received the 2017 Michelle A. Mendez Award of Excellence from The Bankruptcy Law Section of the State Bar of Texas, and Bryan Kost received the Goldstein Award of Excellence from The William S. Sessions American Inn of Court.

Dulske, who is senior counsel in Dykema’s Government Policy & Practice group, concentrates his practice on federal procurement litigation, contract administration and claims litigation, bid protest work and has an active trial practice in San Antonio and South Texas. He recently became President of the San Antonio Chapter of the Federal Bar Association, which has approximately 300 members from private practice, government agencies, military branches, local law schools and local courts. The chapter has assisted members of the Federal legal profession to further advance and develop their educations, careers and lives since 1964.

Williamson, who has practiced insolvency and restructuring law for more than 30 years, is a member of Dykema’s Bankruptcy Practice Group. She recently accepted the 2017 Michelle A. Mendez Award of Excellence at the Bankruptcy Law Section of the State Bar of Texas’ Bench/Bar Bankruptcy Conference in San Antonio. The award, known formerly as the Outstanding Service Award, is bestowed to a member of the bankruptcy bar for providing outstanding service to the Bankruptcy Law Section.

Kost is a senior attorney in Dykema’s Government Policy & Practice Group who focuses his practice on federal procurement litigation, government contract administration and bid protest work. He received the Goldstein Award of Excellence from the San Antonio-based William S. Sessions American Inn of Court in recognition of his robust participation and intellectual contributions to the organization. Kost has been a member of The William S. Sessions American Inn of Court since 1992 and served as its president from 2004-2005.