In the new issue of Southern California Super Lawyers

In the new issue of Southern California Super Lawyers

Dan Petrocelli and O’Melveny & Myers on handling the high-profile cases, from O.J. to Skilling. Amy Fisch Solomon of Girardi Keese takes on Bayer, Disney and the ‘learned intermediary defense.’ In junior high, Brian Weinhart of Steckbauer...
In the new issue of Illinois Super Lawyers

In the new issue of Illinois Super Lawyers

Laurel Bellows of The Bellows Law Group won’t shy from a fight, but she’d rather work things out. Why governors, mayors, even Donald Trump, have consulted Joe Gagliardo of Laner, Muchin, Dombrow, Becker, Levin and Tominberg. Intellectual property attorney...
In the new issue of North Carolina Super Lawyers

In the new issue of North Carolina Super Lawyers

Family law attorney Rich Stephens of Dozier, Miller, Pollard & Murphy helps his clients through hard times. Catharine Arrowood of Parker Poe talks about bias, the importance of networks, and how she got her own Perry Mason moment. Criminal defense attorney William...
Reince Priebus goes from WI Rising Star to GOP Party Chair

Reince Priebus goes from WI Rising Star to GOP Party Chair

When we wrote about Reince Priebus, a construction litigator with Michael Best & Friedrich who made our Rising Stars list in Wisconsin in 2009, we figured big things were in store for him. There were. Last week he was named the new chairman of the Republican...
In the new issue of Maryland Super Lawyers

In the new issue of Maryland Super Lawyers

Joan Hennessy writes about cover subject Paul Mark Sandler of Shapiro Sher Guinot & Sandler, a top 10 lawyer who has tried many high-profile cases (including USA v. David Rosen), written dozens of books (including Pleading Causes of Action in Maryland), helped...

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