Connor Kring handles civil litigation in state and federal courts and represents companies in internal investigations and government enforcement actions. His recent experience spans multiple industries including health care, securities litigation, and energy.
Connor maintains an active pro bono practice. He is involved in Jones Day's Laredo Project and focuses on representing women seeking asylum in United States Immigration Courts. He also first-chaired three trials as a volunteer prosecutor for the City of Houston.
Total, NOVA, Borealis form venture for U.S. Gulf Coast projects
Jones Day advised Total Petrochemicals & Refining USA, and affiliates of Austria’s Borealis AG and Canada’s NOVA Chemicals (both affiliates of the UAE’s Mubadala Investment Company) in the formation of a joint venture to build a $1.7 billion, 1 million ton per year ethane cracker in Port Arthur, Texas, acquisition of Total’s existing 400,000 ton per year two-line polyethylene plant in Bayport, Texas, and building of a new 625,000 ton per year Borstar PE plant at the Bayport site.
- February 2018Texas Appellate Court Rules on Discoverability of Settlement Agreements
- Vanderbilt University (J.D. 2017; Vanderbilt Journal of Entertainment and Technology Law); Kansas State University (B.S. magna cum laude 2014)
- Extern to the Honorable Janice M. Karlin, U.S. Bankruptcy Court, District of Kansas (Summer 2015)