Posts tagged "news"

Super Lawyers Selectees Reflect on Making a Murderer Case

Steven Avery's case is back in the national spotlight as Netflix debuted the second season of Making a Murderer, nearly three years after the first season created a furor across the country.

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.

Super Lawyers in the News: #FreeMeekMill, Cambridge Analytica and Georgia Gubernatorial Race

Super Lawyers and Rising Stars selectees are often in the headlines for big settlements, high profile criminal cases, awards and recognitions. Below are just a few stories from the last month.

Super Lawyers in the News: The Department of Justice, The New Yorker and Donald Trump

A group of Super Lawyers and Rising Stars selectees found themselves at the center of high-profile and high stakes cases in March. The following listees and their clients received exposure on a national scale.

Super Lawyers in the News: Politics, Sports, Civil Rights and Hip-Hop

Super Lawyers listees often end up in the news because of their work with high-profile cases and elevated national profiles. In the last couple months, we've seen several newsworthy moments for selectees.

Super Lawyers in the News: Making a Murderer, Illusion of Justice, Empire of Pain and HUD

Super Lawyers list selectees come from a wide array of backgrounds and possess a vast array of abilities. As a result, they often end up in the news, whether because of the cases they represent or the distinction they receive. So here are a few of the latest noteworthy items from Super Lawyers listees in the last couple months.

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: Uber, GoFundMe Campaign and Dean Strang

From community newspapers to The New York Times to television spots as legal analysts our Super Lawyers selectees stay busy outside of the courtroom. As an ongoing blog feature we wanted to keep you up-to-date on their happenings each month. Here is recap of what transpired in August.

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.