Managing partner Chris Stevenson focuses on general civil and commercial litigation, with extensive experience in commercial collections, contract disputes, intellectual property, business divorces, real estate, construction, commercial landlord/tenant, employment, personal injury, and insurance bad faith.
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. Mr. Yagi also assists clients with in a wide variety of practice areas, which makes him a valuable member of the Adair Myers Stevenson Yagi legal team.
John G. Bock is a distinguished litigator with more than forty years of experience. John’s practical approach has helped his clients with collections, commercial and civil litigation, contract disputes, business formation, business transactions, business divorces and family law.
Gordon Waggett (Retired)
Gordon G. Waggett has 24+ 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.
Matthew Compton is a registered patent attorney who helps businesses and individuals identify, understand, develop, and monetize their intellectual property assets. In addition to patent, trademark, and copyright matters, Matthew assists clients with contract negotiations, non-disclosure agreements, and licensing matters.
Takahiro Shinano is a member of our affiliate law firm in Japan, Asai Law Firm (Asai Law Firm (asai-lawfirm.jp)). We closely work with the law firm in Osaka, Japan, to seamlessly manage legal issues that cross the border between Japan and the United States.