“We are very impressed by the skill and dedication of Martha and Travis,” said Managing Partner Doug Dodds. “They represent the next generation of our firm who will continue our tradition of providing exceptional legal counsel and business insight to our clients. We are proud to call them Partner,” Dodds concluded.
Martha Todd focuses her practice on corporate and securities law, with a specialty in mergers and acquisitions (M&A). She has a strong track record of representing U.S. and international buyers and sellers in negotiations, structuring, documentation, and completion of public and private M&A transactions, including tender and exchange offers and stock and asset acquisitions. Martha has represented clients in the technology and biotechnology spaces, venture capital and private equity funds, and financial advisors. Prior to joining the firm, Martha served as legal counsel at Skills Fund, LLC, an Austin-based start-up that focuses on revolutionizing financing for higher education. She earned her J.D. from The University of Texas School of Law and received her B.A. from Columbia University.
As an Administrative Law attorney, Travis Vickery specializes in utilities, natural resources, environmental, and commercial cases. He also brings significant experience in commercial and construction litigation. Before joining McGinnis Lochridge, Travis served for fourteen years as an Administrative Law Judge at the State Office of Administrative Hearings (SOAH) on the utility team. While at SOAH, he conducted hearings and mediations in complex contested cases, which focused on business and electric and water utility matters. Travis earned his J.D. at The University of Texas School of Law and received his B.A. from The University of Texas at Austin.