39 Winstead Attorneys Named Texas Super Lawyers for 2019 (Thomson Reuters)


DALLAS – 39 Winstead attorneys have been named as Texas Super Lawyers for 2019. 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 2019 list of Texas Super Lawyers will be published in the October issue of Texas Monthly. The annual Texas Super Lawyers 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.

David F. Johnson 

Mike Hilliard
Jennifer Knapek
Melissa Ruman Stewart
Dan Susie
Emeline Yang 

Rakhee Patel 

Business Litigation
David Brown
Tom Forestier
Toby M. Galloway
Ladd Hirsch
James Ruiz

Civil Litigation
Peter A. Nolan

Civil Litigation Defense
Linda Burgess

Robert Bass, Jr.
Andrea Hight
Mark Guthrie
Michelle Rieger
Stewart Whitehead

Corporate Securities/Mergers & Acquisitions
Andrew Rosell 

Employee Benefits/ERISA
Nancy Furney

Al Axe, Jr.

Estate Planning & Probate
John Bergner
Cheryl Cain Crabbe

Government Relations & Public Policy
David Dawson

Intellectual Property
Robert Shaddox

Real Estate
Michael Alessio
Art Anderson
Andy Dow 
Greg Erwin 
John Nolan 
Barry Putterman 
Kevin Sullivan 

Securities & Corporate Finance
Alex Allemann
Mark Johnson

Securities Litigation
John Kincade 

Tom Helfand
Stephanie Loomis-Price 

Ron Moss 


Winstead PC is a national business law firm with more than 325 attorneys. The firm provides a full range of business legal services to some of the most recognized and respected companies across the country and throughout the world. Winstead has offices in Austin, Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston, San Antonio and The Woodlands, Texas and Charlotte, North Carolina.

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