Posts tagged "Super Lawyers Editorial"

Examining our Selection Process - Independent Research

In a September blog post we explored the first step of the patented Super Lawyers selection process, the creation of the candidate pool. Today we are talking about the second step: Independent Research. And don't forget, we'll be back next month to culminate this three-part blog series by highlighting the role peer evaluation plays in selection.

A Look Back at September Super Lawyers Magazine Releases

As September passes we wanted to recap some of the editorial subjects for the two magazines released this past month: 2015 New York Metro Super Lawyers Magazine and 2015 Michigan Super Lawyers Magazine. We are also thrilled to announce that 2015 marked the tenth issue of each of these publications.

Minneapolis Attorney Makes it 10 Years as a Super Lawyers Selectee

Attorney Charles "Bucky" Zimmerman has never shied away from taking on major cases. So far he has represented a range of clients from famed athletes George Foreman and Jim Brown, to clients in classes action lawsuits against major corporations such as Medtronic, Zicam, Target, and the NFL to name a few. Zimmerman and the firm he founded - Zimmerman Reed - has a proven track record having settled multiple $100 million and above cases.

Bolster Your Presence in the Legal Business Community

Forming a professional network in the legal community is vital to developing new business at your firm. In the last quarter alone, 85%* of attorneys say they have referred clients to other attorneys, with 75%* saying they received referrals back.

Is Your Firm Equipped to Reach the Hispanic Community?

Are you aware of the growth opportunities among Hispanic Americans but haven't taken the steps to reach the market? Hispanics are now the fastest growing demographic in the U.S. It's predicted that by 2060, Hispanics will make up approximately one-third of the American population*. This generally highly-connected community has an estimated buying power of $1.5 trillion nationwide, making Hispanic Americans a powerful economic force that you can't afford to ignore.