May 2017 Archives

From Phoenix to Philadelphia Meet our May Editorial Features

Super Lawyers selectees have seen it all and are trying to make a difference. In this month's magazines women from around the Northeast and the wife of a prominent mayor display the kind of courage and change that helps set selectees apart.

Super Lawyers Selectee Argues Case in front of Supreme Court

The case, Howell versus Howell, started back in 1991 when Sandra Howell was awarded half of her husband John Howell's Air Force retirement pay. In May of 2017 it finally ended when Super Lawyers selectee Adam Unikowsky successfully argued that there was a difference between retirement pay and disability pay.

3 Reasons Your Marketing Team Needs Super Lawyers

Are you responsible for your firm's marketing? Planning a meeting to brainstorm advertising spending for the rest of the year? We want to make sure you have all the tools to make an informed decision. Let Super Lawyers Magazine be part of the answer.

Does Your Reputation Meet The "New Normal" Standards?

Gone are the days when an attorney's sole source of business relied upon word-of-mouth referrals from friends and family. More and more consumers of all kinds rely on opinions and experiences of people whom they've never met to provide trusted insights. Couple that with heightened competition from other firms and do-it-yourself legal options, and the challenges to stay relevant mount.

From the Vault -- Zebra Lawyer Ed Hochuli

The NFL season may still be months away, but it's never too early to study the rulebook-or the refs who enforce it. In the 2007 issue of Southwest Super Lawyers Magazine, we took a look at the career of Phoenix-based personal injury defense attorney Edward G. Hochuli, better known to football fans as well-spoken and physically fit NFL referee Ed Hochuli. An excerpt:

Super Lawyers Answers the Call

The process of hiring an attorney can be a daunting one. No built-in referral network, little idea of what things should cost and perhaps uncertainty as to whether you even have a case. And what happens when emotions and catastrophic injuries enter into the equation?