HOUSTON, TX — Andrews Myers P.C., known for its core range of legal services critical to mid-market businesses, announces that Anthony G. “Tony” Stergio has been elected shareholder and Josh W. Harrison has joined the firm as an associate.
Board certified in labor and employment law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization, Tony Stergio leads the labor and employment practice for the firm. He has more than 20 years’ experience in the defense of state and federal employment discrimination claims, wage and hour claims, the drafting and enforcement of noncompetition agreements, OSHA citation defense and employment policy design and review. Tony also counsels clients regarding developments in various areas of state and federal employment law, and frequently speaks at employment-related seminars.
“We are delighted to recognize Tony’s outstanding contribution to the growth of our firm, and it is a privilege to welcome him as a shareholder,” said Patrick Hayes, managing shareholder of Andrews Myers, P.C. “Since joining us two years ago, Tony continues to provide excellent client service and our clients especially appreciate his practical approach.”
Although Tony’s primary area of practice is employment law, he also has substantial experience handling commercial litigation in state and federal courts.
Tony graduated from the University of Kansas School Of Law and received his undergraduate degree from the University of Connecticut, where he graduated magna cum laude.
Josh Harrison joins the firm as a recent graduate of the University of Houston Law Center. His practice is devoted to commercial real estate, corporate and commercial transactions. Prior to joining the firm, Josh served as a judicial intern in the Harris County Probate Courts and as a summer associate for a business law firm where he worked on various corporate, real estate and creditor’s rights matters.
Josh received both his undergraduate and master’s degrees from Texas A&M University.
Please join us in congratulating Tony, and welcoming Josh to the firm.