Wick Phillips continues its course of strategic growth by adding hand-picked talent. The firm’s most recent addition is John Adolph, a partner in the corporate and finance practice group in the Dallas office.

John has extensive experience representing financial institutions, nontraditional lenders, developers, and investors in complex financing. He has structured over $2 billion in loan transactions and gained an in-depth understanding of syndicated credit facilities as well as asset purchase arrangements, subordinate and mezzanine lending, intercreditor agreements, workouts, and foreclosure proceedings.

John also works with startups, emerging and established public and private businesses, investors, and entrepreneurs on all the legal matters companies need to get off the ground and running. He has negotiated and finalized technology transactions, including non-disclosure agreements, IP assignments, strategic alliance agreements, founder share purchase agreements, and software licenses. John has firsthand experience working with startups because he founded his own tech company, Parqer, in 2013.

Before joining Wick Phillips, John practiced at an international law firm. He graduated cum laude from Southern Methodist University Law School and has been recognized by the State Bar of Texas for his outstanding pro bono efforts.

“Our firm prides itself on providing efficient, sophisticated service to our clients to help them achieve their business goals. John’s experience both representing business owners and running a business himself as an entrepreneur gives him insight that will help us better serve our clients,” said Bryan Wick, a founding partner of Wick Phillips.

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