Bill Ikard is a founding partner in the law firm of Ikard Wynne LLP in Austin. For more than 35 years, he has concentrated his practice on representing property owners in litigation involving property tax issues.
In her 35-year law career, Anne Wynne has represented a wide range of clients in litigation of all types. Her focus on family law now also includes expertise in collaborative family law, which offers couples an alternative to court in resolving disputes.
Sharon Coffee BaxterPartner
Sharon Coffee Baxter joined Ikard Wynne LLP as a partner in July 2017. She began her litigation practice in Philadelphia Pennsylvania and returned to Texas in 1997. In her 27 years of practice and over 100 trials to verdict she has a wide range of litigation experience.
Tim Young joined Ikard Wynne in 2009 with a focus on commercial, finance and real estate transaction matters, licensing and international law. He has worked extensively in the area of tax incentives and economic development programs for new industrial projects in Texas.
Jeffrey S. ConnellyAssociate
Jeffrey Connelly joined Ikard Wynne in 2017 with a focus on Family Law and Trial Practice. Jeffrey brings diverse experiences and a unique perspective to complex legal issues. Prior to joining Ikard Wynne, Jeffrey gained substantial jury trial experience prosecuting serious violent felonies as an Assistant District Attorney in Atlanta, Georgia.
Kyle T. Farrar joined Ikard Wynne in 2015 with a focus on commercial litigation. Prior to beginning work with Ikard Wynne, Kyle served as a law clerk to Justice Paul W. Green of the Supreme Court of Texas.
Stephen Pasta joined Ikard Wynne in 2016 with a focus on business and transactions law and commercial litigation. Stephen graduated with a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Texas in 2013. Prior to joining Ikard Wynne, Stephen received his J.D. from South Texas College of Law Houston, where he graduated summa cum laude.
Rachel Putnam joined Ikard Wynne in 2015 with a focus on family law and collaborative law. Originally from Illinois, Rachel earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Journalism from University of Kansas at Lawrence in 2010. She then earned her law degree (J.D.) from University of Texas School of Law in 2015.