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Cox Smith Adds Three Attorneys in San Antonio

December 9, 2014

Cox Smith, the largest law firm in San Antonio, today announced that attorneys Summer Greathouse, Reagan Marble, and Lauren Parker have joined the firm.

“We’re very glad to have these fine attorneys join our firm and look forward to their contributions. They are joining some of our busiest practice areas, and I know they are going to hit the ground running in support of our clients,” said Deborah Williamson, managing director of Cox Smith.

Summer Greathouse counsels clients in matters related to real estate, corporate and energy law. She received her law degree (summa cum laude) from St. Mary’s University School of Law and bachelor’s degree from Trinity University. While in law school, she was the Managing Executive Editor of the St. Mary’s Law Journal, Volume 45. She also served as a judicial intern for the Honorable Emilio Garza, United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, where she researched issues relating to both civil and criminal cases. Greathouse is a member of the San Antonio Young Lawyers Association, Bexar County Women’s Bar Association and will serve on the Board of Directors for the Monte Vista Historical Association beginning in January 2015.

Reagan Marble joined the firm’s energy litigation department, where he is focused on oil, gas, natural resources, agriculture and real estate disputes. He advises landowners and businesses on oil and gas leases, real estate contracts, water use agreements and easements. Marble also assists clients in matters involving the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality and the Railroad Commission. He is a cum laude graduate of Texas Tech University of Law with a certificate in energy law and received his undergraduate degree from Baylor University. He is a member of the State Bar of Texas and the Oil, Gas, and Energy Resources Law Section of the State Bar.

Lauren Parker joined the firm’s tax department, where she helps clients understand tax strategies, liabilities and issues. She received her law degree from St. Mary’s University School of Law and bachelor’s of business administration degree from The University of Texas. Prior to attending law school, Parker was the national sales manager for a wholesale business, where she purchased and managed inventory, negotiated contracts with foreign suppliers, designed and implemented marketing plans and was responsible for the company’s significant increase in sales.