Bruce A. Lipshy, Attorney
Since his admission to the Texas bar in 1965, Mr. Lipshy has held numerous directorships, been the managing partner of large law practices, as well as the chairman, president and CEO of various entities including the Zale Corporation over a nearly 40-year span. While achieving these goals, Mr. Lipshy also pursued in earnest civic and philanthropic endeavors including the Zale Lipshy University Hospital, the United Way of Metropolitan Dallas, the National Conference of Christians and Jews, and the Governor's Blue Ribbon Commission on Criminal Justice, to name just a few. Mr. Lipshy, peer-review rated on Martindale-Hubbell as a preeminent attorney of the highest ethical standards, has received more than a few accolades in his lifetime all of which point to one thing: exceptional client service. Whether he was running a company with 10,00 employees and $1 billion in annual sales, or representing numerous clients from individuals involved in Family Law cases to large retail enterprises, Mr. Lipshy has always focused on client service as the cornerstone to good business practice. Practice Areas Family Law Civil Litigation Business Law Probate and Estate Planning
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