Posts tagged "Super Lawyers in the news"

From the Vault -- Defending Timothy McVeigh

The inaugural edition of Oklahoma Super Lawyers magazine in 2006 featured an auspicious attorney: Stephen Jones of Jones, Otjen & Davis in Enik, Okla.-the man who defended Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh. Jones gave us an in-depth look at the closely watched case-and into the thought process of a terrorist. An excerpt:

Getting Social With Your Selection

Legal consumers, especially millennials, are searching for you on social media. According to a recent FindLaw study, 37 percent of millennials, and 20 percent of general legal consumers are incorporating social media into their search for a lawyer. If you aren't there, these clients will go to a firm that is.

Super Lawyers in the News: Top Listers, Pro Bono Work and Central Park

When it comes to being selected to a Super Lawyers list we evaluate attorneys based on 12 indicators of professional achievement and peer recognition. One of the ways our research team goes about finding information on nominated attorneys is sifting through press clippings in scholarly journals and industry-specific magazines. In September alone we had a number of our selected attorneys make headlines. We invite you to learn a bit more about them below.

Super Lawyers in the News: Making A Murderer, Trump and the FBI

Super Lawyers listees are a diverse, uniquely talented group of 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 June.

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.

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.

Super Lawyers Climbs to the Top of the Rockies and Joins the Best in Indiana

Last week, Top of the Rockies, the Colorado chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists, awarded Super Lawyers first and second place in Legal/General Reporting for two features in our 2016 Colorado Super Lawyers magazine.

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.