Todd J. Zucker

Quick Stats
- Licensed since Nov. 1989
- AV rated by Martindale Hubbell
- 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2009 Texas Super Lawyer by Law & Politics Magazine
- BA, University of Texas (Plan II), 1986
- JD, South Texas College of Law, 1989
- Order of the Lytae
- Managing Editor, South Texas Law Review
- Houton Bar Association President's Award, 1999

For almost 25 years, I have concentrated on business and employment disputes, which I have handled at all stages from inception through appeal to the Texas Supreme Court. These include contract issues, partner and shareholder disputes, non-compete covenants and trade secrets, real estate issues, employment litigation, and defense of workplace injury claims.
I have jury and non-jury trial experience in both the federal and state court systems, and I have handled a number of arbitrations and mediations and attended the National Institute for Trial Advocacy's intensive trial skills program.
I bring strong research and writing skills to my practice. While attending South Texas College of Law, I served as managing editor of the South Texas Law Review, where I was recognized for excellent writing, and I later became editor in chief of the Houston Bar Association's nationally respected magazine, The Houston Lawyer. I am a frequent contributor to the Houston Business Journal and have also published numerous articles and other local, state, and national publications.
I feel strongly about giving back to our community. I am active in the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, which I joined as a life member in 1996, and I am a member of its board of directors and serve on the International Committee and the Wine Competition and Auction Committee and the Magazine Committee. I also have volunteered substantial time to the Houston Bar Association and am a recipient of the HBA President's Award, given to a select few of the HBA's committee chairmen each year based on outstanding service. I also am active with Citizen's for Animal Protection, a Houston-based animal shelter that provides a wonderful service for wayward dogs, cats, and other animals in the Houston area.
The following are selected articles that I authored or co-authored:

  • Retail Law Strategist, Landlord Discrimination, Feb. 2006
  • Best's Review, Don't Take It: It’s Mine, Enforceable Nonpiracy Agreements Protect the Business Interests of Both Agencies and Agents, Jan. 2006
  • Houston Business Journal, Firing a Pregnant Employee: Just Treat Her Like Everybody Else, Apr. 29, 2005
  • Texas Lawyer, Ode to the Workplace Valentine: Lovelorn Lawyers’ Actions Can Lead to Litigation, Feb. 14, 2005
  • Houston Business Journal – Business Survival Guide, What Should a Company Do When an OSHA Inspector Shows Up?, May 7, 2004
  • Houston Business Journal, New Rule Will Shift Attorney Costs, Encouraging Lawyers to Settle Faster, Feb. 9, 2004
  • Houston Business Journal – Banking and Finance Quarterly, Make Lawyer a Stregetic Partner, Not Just Phone Call of Last Resort, June 6, 2003
  • Texas Bar Journal, Drafting the Enforceable Non-compete: The Litigation Perspective, June 1994

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