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Managing Partner Receives HNBA Top Lawyer Award


Managing Partner, Richard Montes de Oca, was awarded the Hispanic National Bar Association (HNBA) Lawyer Under 40 Award at the Corporate Counsel Conference in San Antonio, Texas earlier this month.

The Award celebrates and highlights the accomplishments and contributions of HNBA members who have distinguished themselves in the legal profession. It honors lawyers who have demonstrated professional excellence, integrity, leadership, commitment to the Hispanic community, and dedication to improving the profession.

"We are exceedingly proud to honor ten of our best Latino lawyers and community leaders," said Cynthia Mares, HNBA National President.

"This year the HNBA received the largest number of nominations in recent history. With this prestigious award we recognize the recipients' commitment to excellence. These ten winners
are indeed the best of the best, and we are delighted to recognize not only their professional accomplishments but the significant contributions that they have made to our communities."

"It is a true honor to receive such a significant award from the HNBA and my esteemed colleagues in the community," said Mr. Montes de Oca. "

While this award is a testament to my personal accomplishments, clearly a reflection of my team's contributions. Our winning spirit, unwavering drive and exceptional talent been instrumental to my success. I also want to thank my family, especially my son, Eric, who has been lifelong inspiration."

Congratulations to all Top Lawyer Under 40 Award winners!

About MDO Partners:

MDO Partners is a boutique law firm that focuses on corporate, international and real estate law, as well global compliance and business ethics. The firm is comprised of a solid team of attorneys and advisors 100 years of experience who are committed to the business goals and best interests of its clients.
About HNBA:

HNBA is a nonprofit, nonpartisan, national membership organization that represents the interests of Hispanic legal professionals in the United States and its territories. It is also committed to advocacy on issues of importance to the 53 million people of Hispanic heritage living in the U.S. While it is proud of the more than decades of accomplishments, it is mindful that its' mission is as vital today as it was the day it was founded 1972.

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