Gardere Partner Rachel Steely Named to Texas Lawyer's List of Winning Women


Texas Lawyer named Partner Rachel Powitzky Steely one of the state's top women attorneys in its 2014 list of "Winning Women." The list recognizes the state's top female trial and appellate lawyers who have a track record of success in high-stakes courtroom litigation and have claimed victory in cases that had a national or statewide impact.

Ms. Steely, who is board certified in Labor & Employment Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization, routinely handles employment litigation matters in both state and federal courts. A top advocate in the field, Ms. Steely counsels and represents companies and executives in matters involving discrimination, terminations, trade secret misappropriation, harassment, wage and hour issues, disability laws, workers compensation retaliation, defamation, ERISA and benefits.

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