Frances Ellenbogen Simkins, Associate

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Frances Ellenbogen Simkins is an associate in Diamond McCarthy’s Houston office. Her practice focuses on complex commercial litigation. Frances has represented clients in bankruptcy, state, and federal courts on an array of business litigation matters, including actions for shareholder oppression, breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duties, fraud, and bankruptcy-related disputes.

Prior to joining Diamond McCarthy, Frances successfully tried numerous bench and jury trials as a felony prosecutor. Before law school, Frances researched multinational finance and trade as a Fulbright Fellow in Mexico City.

With offices in Houston and Dallas, Texas Business Divorce, a division of Diamond McCarthy LLP, assists clients throughout Texas including Austin, San Antonio, Midland, Fort Worth, Galveston, Amarillo, Abilene, and Waco.

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