Godwin Gruber has lost one of its name partners, G. Michael Gruber. Gruber says he has opened a new law firm with three other partners who have also left Godwin Gruber: Brian N. Hail, Michael K. Hurst and John Martin. Mark Johansen, formerly a partner in Dallas’ Crotty & Johansen, confirms that he also has joined Gruber’s new firm — Gruber Hurst Johansen & Hale.

“It worked well for most of the time we were together,” Gruber says about his six-year partnership with Don Godwin. But now Gruber and the other departing partners — who are moving to offices in downtown Dallas — have formed a smaller firm with a focus on developing contingent-fee plaintiffs work for corporate clients, Gruber says. He adds that three or four Godwin Gruber associates may join Gruber Hurst.

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