19 Miller & Martin Attorneys Named 2017 Mid-South Super Lawyers, Mid-South Rising Stars

Thursday, November 9, 2017
Nineteen attorneys with Miller & Martin PLLC have been selected by their peers as Mid-South Super Lawyers or Mid-South Rising Stars for 2017.

2017 Mid-South Super Lawyers:
Donald J. Aho — Business Litigation
Douglas Berry — Eminent Domain
John R. Bode — Employment & Labor
Mark W. Degler — Mergers & Acquisitions
Roger W. Dickson — Business Litigation
James M. Haley IV — Real Estate
Douglas T. Johnson — IP
C. Crews Townsend — Class Action
James T.
Williams — Business Litigation
W. Randall Wilson — Construction Litigation

2017 Mid-South Rising Stars:
David M. Barnes — Business Litigation
Zachary H. Greene — General Litigation
Nathan A. Hertzog — Mergers & Acquisitions
April F. Holland — Mergers & Acquisitions
Laura F. Ketcham — Creditor Debtor Rights
M. Ellis Lord — Business Litigation
Jimar A. Sanders — Real Estate
M. Craig Smith — Bankruptcy Business
J. David Spiller Jr. — Business/Corporate

Douglas Berry, Roger Dickson and James Haley have each been recognized for 10 or more years for their outstanding legal achievements and demonstrated excellence in the practice of law. Mr. Dickson was also selected to this year’s Mid-South Super Lawyers Top 100 Tennessee list.

"Each year, no more than five percent of the lawyers in the states of Arkansas, Mississippi and Tennessee are selected by the research team at Super Lawyers to receive the honor of a Super Lawyer, and no more than 2.5 percent of the lawyers in these states are selected as a Rising Star," officials said.

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