Friday, July 13, 2018
TWO MAYNARD COOPER SHAREHOLDERS NAMED TO BENCHMARK LITIGATION’S NATIONWIDE UNDER 40 HOT LIST
Maynard Cooper & Gale is pleased to congratulate two of its shareholders who have been selected for inclusion in the 2018 Benchmark Litigation Under 40 Hot List. Stephanie Houston Mays and Mitesh B. Shah were recognized again by Benchmark for their skills and accomplishments in their respective areas of practice. The exclusive Benchmark Litigation accolade honors the achievements of the nation’s most accomplished legal partners who are 40 years old or younger. The ranking results are a culmination of a multi-month research period, during which Benchmark conducted case examinations, peer reviews, and extensive interviews and comprehensive surveys with leading litigators and their clients.
Stephanie Mays is a member of Maynard Cooper’s Labor and Employment Practice. She defends public and private employers in litigation and federal agency proceedings and provides training, day-to-day legal advice, and pragmatic solutions that are tailored to meet her clients' needs. Mays’ experience includes federal and state court jury trials in which she has received favorable verdicts for her clients. She also assists clients with drafting employment policies and employee handbooks and conducting internal investigations.
Mitesh Shah is a key member of Maynard Cooper’s Litigation Practice and has extensive experience as a commercial litigator representing clients across the United States, including Fortune 500 companies and high-net worth individuals, in high stakes litigation. He fervently defends insurance companies, chemical and energy companies, airlines, manufacturers, physicians and pharmaceutical companies in class actions, mass tort litigation, wrongful death suits, and business disputes. He also has a successful record of securing summary judgments and favorable settlements for his clients.
Benchmark Litigation is the “definitive guide to America’s leading litigation firms and attorneys.” It is the only publication to focus exclusively on litigation in the United States.