Texas Super Lawyers Recognizes 44 Gardere Attorneys


Gardere Wynne Sewell LLP is pleased to announce that 45 Firm attorneys representing 16 separate practice areas have been named to the 2013 Texas Super Lawyers list published by Thomson Reuters.

The Texas Super Lawyers list appears in the October 2013 issue of Texas Monthly, as well as the standalone Texas Super Lawyers magazine. Selections are based on peer nominations solicited from more than 70,000 attorneys across the state. An attorney-led research team then evaluates the candidates and determines the final list, which includes less than 5 percent of all Texas lawyers.

"We are exceptionally proud of the Firm’s attorneys named to the 2013 Texas Super Lawyers list,” says Gardere Chair Holland N. O’Neil. Each of these attorneys represent their clients with the highest level of customer service and dedication within some of the most recognized practices around the country and in Texas."

Gardere attorneys named to the 2013 list of the top lawyers in Texas and their areas of practice are:

Val J. Albright - Tax
Mark W. Bayer - Antitrust Litigation
Marshall J. Doke Jr. - Government Contracts
Michael J. Donohue - Tax
Craig B. Florence - Business Litigation
Curtis L. Frisbie Jr. - Antitrust Litigation
Ronald M. Gaswirth – Employment & Labor
Kenneth R. Glaser – Intellectual Property
Larry Glasgow – Mergers & Acquisitions
Beverly B. Godbey – Insurance Coverage
Barry M. Golden – Antitrust Litigation
Lawrence B. Goldstein – Mergers & Acquisitions
Randy D. Gordon – Antitrust Litigation
Douglas D. Haloftis – Employment & Labor
Joe B. Harrison – Business Litigation
Carrie B. Hoffman – Employment & Labor
Robert M. Hoffman – Business Litigation
Kevin L. Kelley – Real Estate
Scott M. Kline – Intellectual Property
Michael Lowenberg – Business Litigation
Stephen A. McCartin – Bankruptcy & Creditor/Debtor Rights
Michael H. Newman – Mergers & Acquisitions
Keith V. Novick – Estate Planning & Probate
Holland N. O’Neil – Bankruptcy & Creditor/Debtor Rights
Alan J. Perkins – Mergers & Acquisitions
Clifford J. Risman – Real Estate
Richard M. Roberson – Bankruptcy & Creditor/Debtor Rights
Deirdre B. Ruckman – Bankruptcy & Creditor/Debtor Rights
Robert Sarfatis – Mergers & Acquisitions
Larry L. Schoenbrun – Mergers & Acquisitions
Paul V. Storm – Intellectual Property Litigation
David H. Timmins – Insurance Coverage
Peter S. Vogel – Intellectual Property Litigation
Richard L. Waggoner – Mergers & Acquisitions

Geoffrey H. Bracken – Business Litigation
James Cooper – Insurance Coverage
Allen B. Craig III - Tax
Jeffrey S. Davis – Civil Defense Litigation
Douglas K. Eyberg – Mergers & Acquisitions
Thomas A. Hagemann – Criminal Defense: White Collar
Neil Martin – Employment & Labor
John P. Melko – Bankruptcy & Creditor/Debtor Rights
Lawrence J. Pirtle – Estate Planning & Probate
Rachel Powitzky Steely – Employment Litigation: Defense

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