M2D Law Named a Top Labor & Employment Law Firm by Benchmark Litigation

Muskat, Mahony & Devine is pleased to announce it has been named a top Labor & Employment law firm by Benchmark Litigation. The respected guide to trial law firms and litigators has also named partner Mike Muskat a Benchmark Litigation Labor & Employment Star.  Benchmark Litigation recognized M2D Law as a Texas recommended law firm …read more »

Three M2D Attorneys Named to List of Best Lawyers in America for 2023

Muskat, Mahony & Devine is pleased to announce that Mike Muskat, Corey Devine and Nicole Su have been selected to the 2023 list of the Best Lawyers in America, a highly respected legal guide which recognizes only 4 percent of practicing attorneys in the United States. Mr. Muskat is recognized again this year for his …read more »

M2D Partner Mike Muskat Featured in Texas Lawyer on Political and Social Advocacy at Work After the Roe v. Wade Reversal

Texas Lawyer magazine has published a guest article by M2D partner Mike Muskat exploring what employers should know in handling political and social advocacy by their employees. “Political and Social Advocacy at Work After the Roe v. Wade Reversal – What Employers Should Know” (subscription required) walks through items employers should consider when deciding if …read more »

M2D Attorney Nicole Su Writes in Texas Lawbook on the Importance of Diversity in the Law

In recognition of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, Texas Lawbook published an article by Muskat, Mahony & Devine attorney Nicole Su on diversity in the law. Headlined “Embracing my ‘Otherness’ and Forging My Own Path” (subscription required), the article discusses Nicole’s career experiences that led to a feeling of “otherness” and how friends …read more »

M2D Partners Featured in Texas Lawyer on What Employers Should Know about Efforts to Limit Mandatory Employment Arbitration

Texas Lawyer magazine has published an article by M2D partners Mike Muskat and Corey Devine detailing what employers should know about mandatory employment arbitration. The article, “Texas Employers Should Beware of Efforts to Limit Mandatory Employment Arbitration” (subscription required), provides practical perspective on the growing patchwork of federal and state laws regarding the permissibility and enforceability …read more »

M2D Lawyers Featured in Texas Lawyer on Lessons Learned Two Years After the Start of the COVID-19 Pandemic

Texas Lawyer magazine has published an M2D article entitled, “COVID-19 at Two Years: What Have We Learned?” The article, written by Mike Muskat, Michelle Mahony, Corey Devine, Mariah Berry, and Nicole Su, identifies the lessons “that may reshape the future of labor and employment law long after COVID-19 becomes a routine workplace risk to manage.” …read more »

‘Inclusion is Not Assimilation:’ M2D Attorney Mariah Berry Featured in Texas Lawbook on Law Firm Diversity and Inclusion

  In recognition of Black History Month, Texas Lawbook has published an article by M2D attorney Mariah Berry on law firm diversity. “Law Firm Culture: Inclusion Is Not Assimilation” (subscription required) discusses why the biggest impediment to achieving true diversity in the legal profession is not recruiting diverse attorneys but retaining them. The reason: lack …read more »

M2D’s Proposed New Year’s Resolutions for Employers

The lawyers at Muskat, Mahony & Devine have created a list of proposed New Year’s resolutions for you and your company to consider in the upcoming year. We hope you find them helpful. From everyone at M2D, Happy New Year and all the best in 2022!   Resolve to Implement an Updated (and Lawful) Workplace …read more »

M2D Partners Named 2017 Texas Super Lawyers

M2D Partners Mike Muskat and Michelle Mahony were once again named as Texas “Super Lawyers” in labor and employment law and employment litigation defense. Super Lawyers, published by Thomson Reuters, rates outstanding lawyers from more than 70 practice areas who have attained a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. The honorees are selected …read more »