Miller And Martin Attorneys Named Mid-South Super Lawyers

Thursday, November 8, 2012

Miller & Martin PLLC announced 20 attorneys who have been selected by their peers as Mid-South Super Lawyers or Mid-South Rising Stars for 2012:

Mid-South Super Lawyers:

Donald J. Aho – Business Litigation

Richard D. Crotteau – Real Estate

Roger W. Dickson – Business Litigation

Marcia M. Eason – Business Litigation

Gary D. Gerbitz – Criminal Defense: White Collar

Jeffrey W. Guild – Real Estate

James M. Haley IV – Real Estate

Douglas T. Johnson – Intellectual Property

W. Scott McGinness, Jr. – Business/Corporate

Ward W. Nelson – Business/Corporate

Carlos C. Smith – Business Litigation

C. Crews Townsend – Class Action/Mass Torts

William G. Trumpeter – Employment & Labor

W. Randall Wilson – Construction Litigation

Mid-South Rising Stars:

Neil A. Brunetz – General Litigation

Zachary H. Greene – General Litigation

Thomas L. Hayslett – Real Estate

Travis R. McDonough – General Litigation

Jimar A. Sanders – Real Estate

M. Craig Smith – Bankruptcy & Creditor/Debtor Rights

Each year, the research team at Super Lawyers undertakes a rigorous multi-phase selection process that includes a statewide survey of lawyers, independent evaluation of candidates by the attorney-led research staff, a peer review of candidates by practice area, and a good-standing and disciplinary check.  Super Lawyers was first published in 1991 by Law & Politics and was acquired by Thomson Reuters, Legal in February 2010.  Thomson Reuters is the world's leading source of intelligent information for businesses and professionals.  Super Lawyers can be found online at superlawyers.com where lawyers can be searched by practice area and location.



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