Texas Rising Stars 2012 Listing Includes 18 Gardere Attorneys


Gardere Wynne Sewell LLP is proud to announce that 18 attorneys from the Firm's Texas offices have earned selection to the 2012 Texas Rising Stars list.

Attorneys from the Dallas office who are recognized in the Texas Rising Stars listing and their areas of practice are: Jason R. Fulmer, Intellectual Property; Barry M. Golden, Antitrust Litigation; Marcus Helt, Bankruptcy & Creditor/Debtor Rights; Ryan Kaiser, Family Law; Peter L. Loh, Business Litigation; Colin Martin, Business Litigation; Terrell R. Miller, Intellectual Property Litigation; Aimee Cook Oleson, Business Litigation; Sarah Shaw, Real Estate; Robert T. Slovak, Construction Litigation; C. Scott Tuthill, Real Estate; and Celeste R. Yeager, Employment & Labor.

The Firm's Houston attorneys earning 2012 Rising Stars recognition are: Scott D. Ellis, Business Litigation; Jessica Glatzer Mason, Employment & Labor; Audrey Momanaee, Business Litigation; Samantha Trahan, Insurance Coverage; and Rhonda Reed Weiner, Business Litigation.

Leslie Ritchie Robnett from the Firm's Austin office earned a spot on the exclusive listing based on her work in Business Litigation.

"We are very proud of each of these attorneys," says Gardere Managing Partner Steve Good. "They are exceptional members of this Firm, and we are happy to see other lawyers recognizing the outstanding work they perform on behalf of our clients."

Texas Rising Stars honorees are selected based on peer nominations and represent the top up-and-coming Texas attorneys who are 40 or younger or have been in practice for fewer than 10 years. Only 2.5 percent of Texas attorneys were chosen for this honor. The full Texas Rising Stars listing is included in the April 2012 edition of Texas Monthly magazine.

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