Muskat Devine congratulates firm partners Mike Muskat and Corey Devine, who have been named to the 2024 Lawdragon 500 Leading Corporate Employment Lawyers guide, a listing of the top employment attorneys in the country.
Mr. Muskat and Mr. Devine, who were recognized for employment litigation, are among a select group of attorneys honored by Lawdragon in its Leading Corporate Employment Lawyers guide and its list of 500 Leading Litigators in America. Only 37 attorneys in the country were recognized in both guides. Among those, only 11 are in Texas and four in Houston.
Lawdragon describes this year’s employment honorees as “unsurpassed experts who try to keep the balance between corporate America and its workers.” Many of those recognized specialize in employment litigation, defending trade secrets, discrimination, ERISA, wage and hour, and other claims.
In 25 years of practice, Mr. Muskat has litigated hundreds of matters involving nearly every type of employment law claim brought by employees or government agencies. Board certified in labor and employment law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization, his extensive experience has made him a go-to lawyer for the most challenging employment matters. Mr. Muskat has earned recognition by Texas Super Lawyers, The Best Lawyers in America and Benchmark Litigation.
Mr. Devine represents employers in various types of employment disputes and appeals, especially those in the energy industry. Board certified in labor and employment law, he focuses his practice on traditional employment, wage and hour, and unfair competition disputes and counseling. He has been recognized for employment expertise by The Best Lawyers in America and Texas Super Lawyers.
“We appreciate that our clients trust us to handle even their most difficult employment issues,” said Mr. Devine. “To be recognized for work we love to do is something special. We’re very honored.”
Published annually, the Lawdragon 500 guide selects honorees using meticulous editorial evaluations, peer and client nominations, and independent third-party research. The full corporate employment guide can be viewed here.