Nine Dunn Carney attorneys have been rated as 2017 Super Lawyers and three have been named as Rising Stars by Super Lawyers, a national rating service that identifies lawyers who have attained a high-degree of peer recognition and professional achievement.
Named as Super Lawyers are firm partners Ken Antell, Jon Bennett and Gil Parker in Real Estate; Elizabeth Knight in Business Litigation; Allyson Krueger in Employment Litigation, Defense; Marsha Murray-Lusby in Estate & Probate; Brian Talcott in Appellate; Don Templeton in Insurance Coverage; and senior counsel Tom Tongue in General Litigation.
All have been ranked by Super Lawyers before.
Partner Sam Smith again has been listed as a Rising Star in Employment & Labor. New to the Rising Star list this year are partner Joshua Stadtler in Business Litigation, and attorney David Boyer in Real Estate.
Super Lawyers ranks attorneys based on peer recognition and high levels of professional achievement. Rising Stars are chosen via a similar criteria, but candidates are limited to attorneys who are 40 years old or younger, and in practice for 10 years or less.