February 13, 2020Four Nelson Mullins Attorneys Ranked in Chambers Global 2020 Guide
September 26, 2019
COLUMBIA, S.C. (September 26, 2019) - Benchmark Litigation has recognized 18 Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP attorneys and several practices in its 2020 rankings.
David E. Dukes, in the Columbia office, and Michael A. Brown, in the Baltimore office, were both recognized as a National Practice Area Stars in Product Liability. Brown and Dukes were also named to the Top 100 Trial Lawyers. Deborah St. Lawrence Thompson, in the Baltimore office, was recognized in the Top 250 Women in Litigation.
Michelle W. Johnson in the Atlanta office, Bret A. Cohen in the Boston office, and Mitch Boyarsky, in the New York office, were all recognized as Labor and Employment Stars. Melissa Foster Bird and Robert L. Massie, in the Huntington office, were both recognized as Future Stars.
In addition, the following attorneys were ranked as Local Litigation Stars in their respective practice areas:
The publication also recognized Nelson Mullins in Tier 1 nationally for Product Liability. The firm is Highly Recommended in Maryland and South Carolina and Recommended in West Virginia. In addition, Nelson Mullins is Recommended in Georgia for Labor and Employment.
According to the organization, lawyers are selected for inclusion based on litigator and client interviews identifying the leading litigators and firms. Recommendations are based on interviews with the nation’s leading private practice lawyers and in-house counsel. Lawyers are not allowed to pay a fee to be listed.
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Established in 1897, Nelson Mullins has more than 800 attorneys and government relations professionals with offices in 11 states and Washington, DC. For more information on the firm, go to www.nelsonmullins.com.
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