ENOCH KEVER PLLC names John A. Menchaca as a Member
ENOCH KEVER PLLC, an Austin-based law firm representing businesses across Texas, has named John A. Menchaca as a Member focusing on debt and equity financings, mergers and acquisitions, privacy and related data matters, and general corporate law and licensing. Menchaca brings over 25 years of experience providing legal counsel to venture capital and private equity firms, emerging growth technology companies and entrepreneurs.
Prior to joining Enoch Kever, Menchaca served as Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary at CSIdentity Corporation, a part of Experian. Prior to serving as General Counsel at CSID, Menchaca was a shareholder with two regional law firms.
“As our firm grows, more and more of our clients are calling on us to assist them on an increasingly wide range of finance, corporate and business matters,” said Andy Kever, managing member of Enoch Kever. “We have known John for many years and several of us had practiced with him before he became an in-house General Counsel. The opportunity to work together again is really terrific for us and our clients. John brings exactly the experience and judgment our clients are seeking.”
“I am very excited to join the team at Enoch Kever,” said Menchaca. “I have known many of the Enoch Kever lawyers for years and view this as the ideal platform for me as I move back into private practice. Enoch Kever has a tremendous breadth of legal talent and a strong client base and I look forward to continuing the next chapter of my legal career at the firm,” Menchaca added.
Menchaca has served as an adjunct professor at The University of Texas School of Law and has lectured at The University of Texas, Texas State University, and St. Edward’s University. He received his law degree from Oklahoma City University School of Law and undergraduate degree in Government from The University of Texas.
Menchaca remains involved in the Austin community and has served on a number of non-profit Boards, including The Neighborhood Longhorns, as well as President of the Austin Longhorns Club. He is a graduate of Leadership Austin and has previously served on the Boards of LifeWorks and the RISE School of Austin, a school for children with Down Syndrome. (To see more about John, click here.)