Over the course of his career, Macdonald Devin co-founder Clayton Devin has provided clients with sound guidance and effective representation inside and outside the courtroom.
A trial lawyer with experience in commercial and personal injury disputes, Clayton has been recognized for his skill and professionalism in litigation matters. Board Certified in Civil Trial Law and Personal Injury Trial Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization, he has appeared in state and federal courts in over 100 counties in Texas and Oklahoma, representing Fortune 500 Companies as well as individuals and closely held businesses.
His construction practice is focused on representation of general contractors, subcontractors and material providers seeking to minimize their exposures from contract disputes and defaults. Representing national and local trucking companies, Clayton helps them manage the catastrophic consequences that sometimes follow from the combination of large machines and human error. General counsel to a statewide medical specialty organization, Clayton’s health law practice focuses on assisting physician practice groups in navigating the intricate web of commercial and governmental relationships that encompass today’s medical practice.
Clayton is a frequent speaker at State Bar of Texas events, including the Advanced Personal Injury Seminar, one of the State Bar’s most highly attended educational events. He graduated with honors from Texas Tech University before earning his law degree from the University of Texas School of Law.
Clayton is admitted to practice in all Texas state courts, as well as the U.S. District Court for the Northern, Southern, Eastern, and Western Districts of TexasTreasurer of the Texas Association of Defense Counsel, 2014-2015American Board of Trial Advocates− Advocate RankDallas Bar AssociationDefense Research InstituteState Bar of TexasTexas Association of Defense Counsel− President (2015 – 2016)Trucking Industry Defense Association
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