Matt Crumpton Takes Position As Executive Vice President of D.P. Dough Franchising; Crumpton Law LLC to Cease Non-Music Based Practice At End of February

Effective as of February 29, 2012, Matt Crumpton will cease the active practice of transactional business law and litigation with Crumpton Law LLC to take a position as Executive Vice President of D.P. Dough Franchising, LLC. Crumpton will, however, continue to practice music law on a limited basis. Crumpton Law LLC will not be accepting any new clients for the foreseeable future.

D.P. Dough is a restaurant chain that specializes in a variety of calzones and late-night delivery. There are currently 23 D.P. Dough restaurants in the United States. Crumpton will work alongside his father, Mark Crumpton, who is the president of D.P. Dough Franchising, LLC.

“It has been a real pleasure and blessing to work with so many inspiring entrepreneurs and musicians over the past three years. The D.P. Dough brand is already a beloved institution at many colleges and universities,” said Crumpton. “I am excited to have an opportunity to build the franchise on the national level.”

Dustin Torres, a partner at Crumpton Law LLC, will be opening his own firm, Torres Law LLC, as of March 1, 2012, which will continue his practice in the areas of transactional business, litigation, and estate planning. “I have the utmost confidence in Dustin’s ability and wish him the best moving forward,” said Crumpton.

Matt Crumpton formed Crumpton Law LLC in April 2009, after being laid off from his prior employer during the economic downturn. Crumpton Law represented more than 150 clients in hundreds of matters in its three year existence.

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