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Ashish Mahendru

ashish mahendru



Ashish Mahendru is a lawyer who has represented clients involved in complex disputes. He has successfully litigated a broad range of cases in State courts and Federal courts, including those involving personal injury, employment, consumer, commercial, intellectual property and medical malpractice disputes. Ashish has represented individual litigants, class action litigants, and corporate litigants. In 2005, he spearheaded the Houston Bar Association fundraising efforts for tsunami victims. He has authored articles on the subject of guardians ad litem and the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act. He has been invited to lead continuing legal education seminars. After law school, Ashish first began working for Davis & Wilkerson in Austin, Texas. In 1999, he joined a team of three lawyers that started the Austin office of Thompson, Coe, Cousins & Irons, and established the Dallas-based law firm. In 2000 he worked for Lucash, Gesmer & Updegrove, and a boutique law firm representing technology clients. By 2001, Ashish relocated with his wife to Houston where he began his own litigation practice, fulfilling a lifelong dream and goal in the process.Ashish attended Westwood High School in Austin from where he moved on to the University of Texas at Austin and graduated from the Plan II Honors Liberal Arts Program in 1993. He was awarded the Dean’s Distinguished Graduate Endowed Presidential Scholarship and attended the honors program while contributing to his educational expenses by establishing and running his own business. Following graduation in 1993, Mahendru stayed on to attend the University of Texas School of Law. He continued to run his own business while studying and graduated in 1996. While in law school, he served on the editorial board of the Texas International Law Journal and received Dean’s Achievement Awards for his academic performance.Ashish lives in the Houston Heights with his wife, Sameera Kapasi Mahendru, an Assistant City Attorney, their young sons, Rohan and Aarav.To learn more about Ashish visit

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