June 2018 Archives

Super Lawyers in the News: Making a Murderer, Evidence of Innocence, a $500 Million Settlement and the New York Court of Appeals

Some of the most newsworthy cases in the country feature Super Lawyers and Rising Stars selectees. Whether presenting a case to the SCOTUS, representing the wrongly accused or fighting for victim's settlements, here are a couple of the biggest stories showcasing selectees from the last couple months.

From the Vault -- "Power Player"

In the 2012 edition of Washington Super Lawyers Magazine, we asked Perkins Coie business litigator David J. Burman to discuss one of the most famous cases in his career. In 2005, election officers and political scientists converged on Chelan County Courthouse to debate which candidate prevailed in the 2004 gubernatorial election.

Competitiveness and Determination in Super Lawyers Selectees

In May, Super Lawyers Magazine highlighted four top attorneys with compelling back stories. From stopping a robbery to scoring 28 points on Michael Jordan, the stories surrounding these lawyers provide plenty of conversation starters. Access each issue to read about the legal prowess and determination it takes to become the top five percent and 2.5 percent of attorneys in a region.