- Steven E. Clark
Dallas. He provides advice and representation in the areas of labor and employment, employment benefits,
protection of trade secrets and confidential information, structure of business, and business agreements
(including sale and purchase of business) to individuals, small businesses and corporate clients. He serves
as lead counsel in state and federal business and employment matters. He also provides representation and
advice in construction matters and litigation.
Mr. Clark is admitted to the Texas and Louisiana bars, and is also admitted to practice before U.S.
Supreme Court, U.S. Court of Appeals, Fifth Circuit; U.S. District Courts, Northern, Eastern, Southern
and Western Districts of Texas. He received both his B.A. and J.D. from the University of Houston. He is
a member of the Order of the Barons (top 10%), was named as a Texas Super Lawyer, Employment Law
(2011-2013), is AV-Rated (Labor & Employment Law 2012-present), and a member of the Phi Alpha Delta and Pi Kappa Alpha fraternities.
Mr. Clark’s was co-author of Trade Secrets and Covenants Not to Compete, Employment Law
Course, (Spring, 1993), an author and speaker for Employment Law Update: FMLA, ADA & Workers’
Compensation (Sterling Ed. Service, July, 2002); Employee Leaves of Absences (Sterling Ed. Service, May,
2004), co-author and speaker for Covenants Not to Compete (Lorman Ed. Service, Aug., 2002; Aug. 2003), author and speaker for Covenants Not to Compete, 41st Annual Intellectual Property Program (Institute for Law & Technology, Nov. 2003), author and speaker for The Duty of Loyalty: Confidentiality, Trade Secrets and Covenants Not to Compete (Lorman Ed. Service, June, 2007) and contributing author on FMLA chapter, Texas Employment Law (James Pub. 2003-2013). He was also a panel member of the Texas Lawyer Employment Law Roundtable (Houston 2010; Dallas, 2011) and a co-author and speaker for Employment in the Energy Sector: Key Terms in Employment Agreements & Workplace Policies (Dallas Bar Ass’n, Sept. 2013) and Do’s and Don’ts in the Hiring and Firing Process (Collin County Bar Ass’n, Law Practice & Mgm’t. Section, Sept. 2013).