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In his time at Adair Myers Graves Stevenson, Tom dedicated himself to his clients, several of which he had for more than fifteen years. His legacy and love of the law will continue on, and the partners of Adair Myers Graves Stevenson are proud that their firm bears the name of Tom Graves.More
Chris Stevenson’s practice focuses primarily on representing businesses and individuals in lawsuits. Chris has handled a wide variety of civil matters involving copyright and trademark infringement, employment disputes, breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty, non-competes and nondisclosure agreements. Chris has also handled the prosecution and defense of collection matters, often navigating bankruptcies, discovering hidden assets and pursuing judgment collection. On the debtor side, Chris has developed a track record of successfully negotiating substantially reduced liabilities for his clients.More
Kenichi Yagi is one of a few, if not the only, native Japanese-speaking attorneys in Texas with successful experience as both a corporate transactional lawyer and a litigator. His clients have come to know him for his dependability and his efficient handling of cases.More
John Bock has helped his clients with collections, commercial and civil litigation, contract disputes, business formation, business transactions, business divorces and family law for over 30 years.More
Courtney Culver Baker
Courtney Culver Baker's commercial litigation experience includes representing multi-million dollar corporations as well as some of the nation’s largest insurance companies. She has drafted and negotiated contracts including Land Use Agreements, Shareholder Agreements, Buy Sell Agreements, and Stock Purchase Agreements.More
Gordon G. Waggett has more than 25 years of experience focusing on the protection, enforcement, licensing and commercialization of patent, trademark, trade secret, and copyright assets, and handling other intellectual property law matters, including unfair competition.More