Greg Westfall Joins Cantey Hanger’s Litigation Section

Greg Westfall, a long-time State and Federal Criminal Defense Lawyer and Civil Litigator, has joined Cantey Hanger as a Partner in its Litigation Section.

His practice will focus on White Collar Criminal Defense and Civil Litigation.

“Greg has had an impactful presence in Tarrant County legal matters,” said Brian Newby, the firm’s Managing Partner. “We’re excited to have his historical knowledge, skills and experience. He will be a great asset to our growing litigation team.”

During his 30-year career, Westfall has tried many high-profile criminal cases in State and Federal courts, while also carrying an active Appellate practice at all levels. He also has taught thousands of lawyers on a wide range of subjects from dealing with expert witnesses to jury communication.

“Cantey Hanger is a great firm with a great culture,” Westfall said.  “I believe this is a result of solid leadership and lawyers who share an intense, client-centered focus.  I am excited and proud to be joining them.”

Westfall graduated in 1993 summa cum laude from Texas Tech University School of Law, where he was Editor-in-Chief of the Texas Tech Law Review. He earned a Bachelor of Business Administration degree with highest honors in 1990 from The University of Texas at Arlington

Cantey Hanger LLP, established in 1882, is a full-service firm based in Texas, with offices in Fort Worth, Dallas, Midlothian and Austin by appointment. Through its membership in Meritas, a premier global alliance of law firms, the firm’s footprint is expanded nationally and internationally. The firm represents clients in practice areas including Administrative Litigation; Aviation; Banking and Real Estate; Bankruptcy; Commercial Litigation; Condemnation Litigation; Construction Contracts and Litigation; Corporate and Securities; Estate Planning and Probate; Family Law; Health and Insurance Law; Immigration; Labor and Employment; Oil and Gas; Professional Malpractice; Public and Regulatory; Tax; and White Collar Crime. For more information, go to