Member Ken Bullock is the new Member-in-Charge of Frost Brown Todd’s (FBT) Houston office. Bullock takes over for Zenobia Bivens who passed away unexpectedly in January. Bullock helped open FBT’s Houston office in 2020. Bullock has established himself as a leader who values inclusion, teamwork and consensus. Because of that, he moves into this new role with the overwhelming support of both his Houston and firm colleagues.
“Ken has been integral in growing Frost Brown Todd’s Houston office from the day we opened,” said FBT Chairman Robert Sartin. “Ken has shown tremendous leadership since the office opened, and especially in the last month as we’ve mourned the loss of Zenobia. We look forward to him continuing to carry on the firm’s goals for our Houston office.”
Bullock is a litigator with extensive experience representing clients in the energy and maritime industries in state and federal courts in Texas and throughout the U.S. He also has experience assisting clients with various internal, emergency response, catastrophic loss and regulatory investigations.
“Joining FBT and helping form the team in our Houston office in a way that provides the best services to the region’s businesses is a point of pride for me,” said Bullock. “Our team was purpose-built to hit the ground running when we set up shop in Houston nearly two years ago. We have a strong contingent of experienced litigators and an equally strong group on the corporate-transitional side. Many of us have spent our entire careers advising clients in Houston’s flagship industries. This team knows the terrain, knows what’s top of mind right now for our clients, and I look forward to building on that foundation and positive momentum in the years to come.”