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AZA Co-founders Ahmad and Zavitsanos Named Lawdragon Leading Lawyers in America
January 17, 2024

HOUSTON – AZA co-founders Joe Ahmad and John Zavitsanos were named to the 2024 Lawdragon 500 Leading Lawyers in America list. 

Mr. Ahmad was cited for his work in commercial litigation and for expertise in labor and employment litigation, especially in executive representation. Mr. Zavitsanos was cited for his commercial litigation expertise. Messrs. Ahmad and Zavitsanos, along with six other AZA lawyers, were previously named as 2024 Lawdragon 500 Leading Litigators in America. 

“We’ve got amazing lawyers from throughout the land,” the Lawdragon announcement about Leading Lawyers in America states. The list was “selected through year-round journalistic research by a team of professionals who find lawyers fascinating.” 

The pair founded AZA in July 1993. AZA has grown to more than 50 attorneys with a focus on commercial litigation and intellectual property law. Through the years, AZA has successfully represented clients in significant cases heard in U.S. and international jurisdictions, often prevailing against some of the country’s largest and most-respected firms. 

AZA, or Ahmad, Zavitsanos & Mensing, is a Houston-based law firm that is home to true courtroom lawyers with a formidable track record in complex commercial litigation, including energy, healthcare, intellectual property and business dispute cases. AZA is recognized by Chambers USA 2023 as among the best in Texas in commercial law and intellectual property; has been listed by Best Lawyers’ Best Law Firms as one of the country’s best commercial litigation firms for 12 years running; has been named Litigation Department of the Year by Texas Lawyer three times; and was previously dubbed a Texas Powerhouse law firm by Law360.  

 

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