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Mortgage Firm Polunsky & Beitel Announces the Addition of Marty Green
May 13, 2011

The residential mortgage law firm of Polunsky & Beitel has announced the addition of experienced financial services attorney Marty Green to lead the firm’s operations in Dallas/Fort Worth. Green is an accomplished attorney with more than 20 years of experience in the legal, banking and financial services industries. He is the former EVP and general counsel for Dallas’ CTX Mortgage Company, and most recently worked with the Baker Botts law firm in Dallas as Special Counsel. “It’s not every day that you have the opportunity to work with an attorney of Marty’s caliber, which is why we’re so pleased that he’s joined our firm,” said Managing Partner Allan Polunsky, founder of Polunsky & Beitel. “His legal expertise and vast experience in financial matters will be an instant benefit for our firm and every client we represent.” In his role as leader of the firm’s Dallas office, Green will advise clients on the latest rules and regulations covering residential lending, in addition to building on Polunsky & Beitel’s long tradition of delivering loan closing documents with speed and accuracy. “I am very excited to be joining Allan and everyone on the team at Polunsky & Beitel,” said Green. “My goal is to help grow our operations in Texas and throughout the U.S., while continuing to provide the excellent service that the firm’s residential lending clients have come to expect during the past 35 years.” Green is admitted to practice before all Texas state and federal district courts in addition to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit. An honors graduate of the University of Texas School of Law, he earned his undergraduate degree at Southern Utah University.
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