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Super Lawyers in the News: Volkswagen, Med Mal Damages and Quincy Jones

Super Lawyers selectees are often in the headlines for anything from big settlements to high profile criminal cases to awards and recognitions. This happens when you're considered by your peers to be one of the best attorneys in your state. Below are just a few of their stories this month.

Super Lawyers Selectee Still Defending Rock Legends

It's almost eight minutes long, has been played over three million times on the radio and was one of the biggest songs of the 1970s. And for the past three years Super Lawyers selectee Peter Anderson successfully defended it from claims of copyright infringement.

Making Education a Reality for South Florida Teens

In April, the charity Kids' Dreams, co-founded by Super Lawyers selectee Patricia Lebow, awarded $25K in scholarships to ten Palm Beach County students, all girls. The students come from lower income schools in Palm Beach County where Ledow is a managing partner at Broad and Cassel.

Scholarships, Emails and a Bad Case of Mistaken Luggage

Super Lawyers selectees are often in the headlines for anything from big settlements to high profile criminal cases to awards and profiles. This happens when you're considered by your peers to be one of the best attorneys in your state. Below are just a few of their stories this month.

Super Lawyers in the News: Durst, Equal Pay and Winning Stories

Super Lawyers selectees are diverse, uniquely talented individuals who thrive in a variety of practice areas. Because of their success, Super Lawyers selectees oftentimes make headlines for a number of reasons. This could be because of newsworthy cases or important causes they champion. Here are just a few headlines Super Lawyers selectees made in the month of February.

Super Lawyers to name top law schools

One of the best indicators of the quality of a law school is the quality of lawyers it produces. Beginning next week, we’ll list on superlawyers.com the law schools that produce the most lawyers on each of our state lists, beginning with Florida. This state-by-state approach sets us apart from the U.S. News & World Report rankings which are compiled using a national survey. They “rank” the top 100 schools in the nation. But the rest of the schools are simply placed into two tiers and are not ranked within those tiers.