McGuireWoods’ Chicago Partners Named Super Lawyers

January 3, 2011

In a recent study by Law & Politics magazine, 22 McGuireWoods partners in Chicago were named Illinois “Super Lawyers” for 2011. The findings appear in the publication’s Illinois Super Lawyers magazine and the February 2011 issue of Chicago magazine.

McGuireWoods 2011 Illinois “Super Lawyers”:

  • Scott Becker, Healthcare
  • Edwin E. Brooks, Business Litigation
  • Michael A. Chabraja, Business Litigation
  • Craig R. Culbertson, Securities & Corporate Finance
  • Keith A. Dorman, Employment & Labor
  • Sally Doubet King, Employee Benefits/ERISA
  • Paul E. Fisher, Real Estate
  • Scott L. Glickson, Business/Corporate
  • Richard T. Greenberg, Business Litigation
  • David L. Hartsell, Business Litigation
  • Reuben L. Hedlund, Business Litigation
  • Richard E. Lieberman, Employment & Labor
  • Amy B. Manning, Business Litigation
  • Richard J. Mason, Bankruptcy & Creditor/Debtor Rights
  • Richard L. Menson, Employee Benefits/ERISA
  • Arthur B. Muir, Banking
  • Philip J. Perzek, Banking
  • Robert J. Pristave, Healthcare
  • Richard J. Rappaport, Antitrust Litigation
  • James B. Riley Jr., Healthcare
  • Joel H. Spitz, Employment & Labor
  • Marta A. Stein, Business Litigation

As part of the selection process, Law & Politics conducts a regional survey of lawyers who have been in practice for at least five years, asking them to nominate the best attorneys they’ve personally observed in action. In addition, the Law & Politics attorney-led research department reviews nominees’ credentials based on a set of evaluation criteria. To ensure a diverse and well-balanced list, researchers consider factors such as firm size, practice area and geographic location.