48 Winstead Attorneys Selected as Texas Super Lawyers for 2016


48 Winstead Attorneys Selected as Texas Super Lawyers for 2016

Dallas, TX Oct. 3, 2016 – 48 Winstead attorneys have been selected as Texas Super Lawyers (Thomson Reuters) for 2016. Super Lawyers is a rating service of outstanding lawyers from more than 70 practice areas who have attained a high-degree of peer recognition and professional achievement.  Produced and managed by Thomson Reuters, the selection process is multi-phased and includes independent research, peer nominations and peer evaluations.

The 2016 list of Texas Super Lawyers (Thomson Reuters) will be published in the October issue of Texas Monthly. The annual Texas Super Lawyers (Thomson Reuters) list honors Texas' top lawyers based on surveys of more than 57,000 active attorneys across the state. The final list is estimated to be only five percent of Texas' licensed attorneys.


Al Axe, Jr. – Environmental
Robert Bass, Jr. – Construction Litigation
Marcus Brooks – Tax
Linda Burgess – Civil Litigation Defense
David Dawson – Government Relations & Public Policy
Alex Gonzales – Administrative Law
Lacey Gourley – Employment & labor
Ron Moss – Utilities
Peter A. Nolan – Civil Litigation
James Ruiz – Business Litigation
Stewart Whitehead – Construction Litigation


Michael Alessio – Real Estate
Art Anderson – Land Use/Zoning
Mike Baggett – Business Litigation
John Bergner – Estate Planning & Probate
Talmage Boston – Business Litigation
David Brown – Business Litigation
Marcus Brown – Employment & Labor
Cheryl Camin Murray – Health Care
Greta Cowart – Employee Benefits/ERISA
Andy Dow – Real EstateTom Helfand – Tax
Andrea Hight – Construction Litigation
Jennifer Knapek – Banking
Jim Littlejohn – Banking
Jay Madrid – Business Litigation
John Nolan – Real Estate
Tom Reddin – Employment & Labor
Michelle Rieger – Construction Litigation
Melissa Ruman Stewart – Banking
Kevin Sullivan – Real Estate
Dan Susie – Banking
Emeline Yang – Banking

Fort Worth

Jamie Bryan – Energy & Resources
David F. Johnson – Appellate
Jeff King – Energy & Resources


Jay Brown – Business Litigation
Greg Erwin – Real Estate
Tom Forestier – Business Litigation
Mark Guthrie – Construction Litigation
Mike Hilliard – Banking
Robert Shaddox – Intellectual Propoerty
Stephanie Loomis-Price – Tax
Doug Stewart – Banking

San Antonio

Steven Jacobs – Securities/Mergers & Acquisitions
Paul Martin – Government Finance
Steve Seidel –Securities/Mergers & Acquisitions

The Woodlands
Cheryl Cain Crabbe – Estate & Probate


Media Contact:
Michael A. Webb

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