Tuesday, November 21st, 2017

Maynard Cooper & Gale is pleased to announce that 95 attorneys have been selected as 2017 Super Lawyers, including 90 among the Firm’s Alabama office locations, two in the Firm’s New York office, and three in its San Francisco office.

Five of Maynard Cooper’s shareholders earned recognition among the “Top 50 2017 Women Mid-South Super Lawyers.” Included in this elite listing are Elizabeth G. “Beth” Beaube for Employee Benefits Law, Cynthia Lamar-Hart for Estate and Trust Litigation, Jayna Partain Lamar for Bankruptcy: Business, Maibeth J. Porter for Litigation, and Katherine A. Weber for Insurance Coverage.

In addition, eight shareholders are distinguished among the “Top 50 Alabama Super Lawyers,” including Lee E. Bains, Jr. for Class Action Litigation, John N. Bolus for Securities Litigation, Anthony A. Joseph for Criminal Defense: White Collar, David M. Smith for Employment & Labor, Matthew W. Stiles for Employment & Labor, and Cynthia Lamar-Hart, Jayna Partain Lamar, and Maibeth J. Porter, each for their respective areas of practice mentioned above.

The Maynard Cooper attorneys recognized in the 2017 California (Northern) Super Lawyers include:

  • Brandon S. McGathy – Mergers & Acquisitions “Rising Star”
  • Sasha G. Rao – Intellectual Property Litigation
  • Brandon Stroy – Intellectual Property, Intellectual Property Litigation “Rising Star”

The Maynard Cooper attorneys recognized in the 2017 New York Super Lawyers include:

The Maynard Cooper attorneys recognized in the 2017 Mid-South Super Lawyers, a listing of the top attorneys in Alabama, Arkansas, Mississippi, and Tennessee, can be found below:

The following attorneys are recognized as 2017 Mid-South Rising Stars:

The annual selections for Super Lawyers, an independent lawyer rating publication, are made using a patented multiphase process involving a combination of peer nominations, evaluations and independent research to create a credible, comprehensive and diverse listing of outstanding attorneys to serve as a resource for consumers searching for legal counsel. Each candidate is assessed using 12 indicators of peer recognition and professional achievements.