Gardere Boot Boutique Startup Client Featured in Dallas Morning News

03 August 2017 News

Miron Crosby, a newly-opened custom cowboy boot boutique in Highland Park Village, was featured in a Dallas Morning News style article. The shop, owned by sisters Sarah Means and Lizzie Means Duplantis, is a client of Gardere.  

“Instead of first embarking on an online or pop-up store venture, Sarah and Lizzie wanted to create an experience where they'd emotionally connect with customers who could touch, feel and see every design element,” the article states.

Gardere attorneys Kyle Graves, Carrie Hoffman, Rachel Kingrey, Matthew T. Moran and Kay Lyn Schwartz have worked with the company on various issues including company formation, employment agreements, privacy policies, e-commerce and trademark applications.

The entire article is available here.


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