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May 22, 2024 
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Gray Reed Welcomes Corporate/M&A Partner Michael Overstreet

Gray Reed is proud to add Michael Overstreet as a Partner to the firm’s Corporate/M&A roster in Houston.  A lawyer and CPA, Overstreet helps clients navigate the business, tax and legal challenges of owning, operating, buying or selling a business. His clients include midsize companies, family-owned businesses, family offices, private equity firms and startups across numerous industries, including manufacturing, industrial, energy, construction, automotive, technology, real estate, healthcare and retail.

He has extensive legal experience forming, reorganizing, restructuring, buying and selling companies. Overstreet has assisted numerous clients with restructurings and tax-free reorganizations to facilitate sales, minimize taxes, protect assets and plan for succession. He also serves as outside general counsel for midsize companies, advising owners and executives on legal and business matters.

“Michael brings a powerful combination of legal expertise and financial acumen that will tremendously benefit our clients navigating complex corporate transactions, restructurings, and business matters,” Gray Reed’s Corporate/M&A Practice Group Leader Brock Niezgoda says. “He further strengthens our ability to provide comprehensive legal and business counsel for our clients."

Overstreet earned his undergrad and Master’s degrees in accounting from Texas A&M University, and his law degree from The University of Texas School of Law.

About Gray Reed

A full-service Texas law firm with offices in Dallas, Houston and Waco, Gray Reed provides legal services to companies ranging from start-up to Fortune 500 as well as high net worth individuals. Gray Reed attorneys assist clients with a myriad of legal issues including commercial litigation, corporate transactions, oil and gas, tax planning and litigation, real estate, construction, healthcare, trusts and estates, employment law, family law, intellectual property and bankruptcy. For more information, visit