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Chamberlain Hrdlicka Picks Firm Veteran as New San Antonio Managing Shareholder

April 23, 2024

Jaime Vasquez quoted in a Law360 article about becoming Head of Chamberlain's San Antonio Office

A recent Law360 article discusses Jaime Vasquez’s appointment to the managing shareholder of Chamberlain Hrdlicka’s San Antonio office.

Jaime is taking over from Juan F. Vasquez Jr., longtime tax controversy shareholder at the firm who had managed the San Antonio office since its launch. Under his leadership, the office expanded its footprint from two tax attorneys to a team of 16 attorneys, focused on tax and practicing commercial litigation, probate litigation, white collar crimes, business torts, ERISA and employee benefits, tax-exempt organizations, tax planning and tax controversy.

Jaime was one of the co-founders of the San Antonio office in 2011. Since then, he has served in several leadership roles in the community and worked with Juan to grow the firm’s presence in the region.

"Becoming the managing shareholder was the natural next step on that path," said Jaime. "San Antonio sits on the cusp of the Central and South Texas regions, which are two of the fastest growing areas of the country and include some of the largest land ports. The firm's reputation and quality personnel make us well situated to meet the increased demand for sophisticated legal services, from business formation and tax planning and controversy to international. My goal is to support Chamberlain Hrdlicka's continued growth in the regions, expanding the firm's influence both domestically and internationally."

"We are excited for Jaime Vasquez to begin as managing shareholder of the San Antonio office, and we expect the office to continue to grow and prosper under his leadership,” said Larry Campagna, Chamberlain Hrdlicka’s managing shareholder. "We also thank Juan Vasquez, who has been the driving force behind opening and growing our office in San Antonio. His service as managing shareholder of the office and his leadership in the community has been essential to our business in the region and will remain critical to the continued growth of the office."

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