24 Winstead Attorneys Recognized as 2022 Super Lawyers


HOUSTON TX, September 21, 2022 – Winstead PC, a leading national business law firm, today announced that 24 of its attorneys were recognized by Super Lawyers for 2022.

The annual Texas Super Lawyers list honors Texas' top lawyers based on surveys of more than 57,000 active attorneys across the state.

The recognized Winstead attorneys included:

  • Mike Alessio – Real Estate
  • Alex Allemann – Securities & Corporate Finance
  • Art Anderson – Land Use / Zoning
  • Robert Bass – Construction Litigation
  • John Bergner – Estate & Probate
  • Jason Bernhardt – Business Litigation
  • David Brown – Business Litigation
  • Cheryl Cain Crabbe – Estate & Probate
  • Tom Forestier – Business Litigation
  • Nancy Furney – Employee Benefits
  • Toby Galloway – Securities Litigation
  • Mark Guthrie – Construction Litigation
  • Andrea Alford Hight – Construction Litigation
  • David Fowler Johnson – Estates & Trust Litigation
  • Stephanie Loomis-Price – Estate & Probate
  • John Nolan – Real Estate
  • Rakhee V. Patel - Bankruptcy: Business
  • Phillip Philbin – IP Litigation
  • Barry Putterman – Real Estate
  • Michelle Rieger – Construction Litigation
  • Andrew Rosell – Securities & Corporate Finance
  • James Ruiz – Business Litigation
  • Tom Van Arsdel – Business Litigation
  • Stewart Whitehead – Construction Litigation

About Winstead

Winstead is a national business law firm with more than 300 attorneys who serve as trusted advisors to emerging, mid-market and large companies, both public and private. The Winstead team provides a range of core legal services that are critical to our clients achieving their business goals. Winstead’s business transactions and litigation practices serve key industries including airlines, financial services, higher education, healthcare, investment management & private funds, life sciences, real estate, and sports business & media.

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