McGuireWoods’ North Carolina Partners Named Super Lawyers

January 20, 2012

McGuireWoods LLP announced that 21 partners in Charlotte, Raleigh and Wilmington have been named North Carolina “Super Lawyers” for 2012. Attorney rating service Super Lawyers will publish this year’s survey findings in their North Carolina Super Lawyers magazine, as well as in a special advertising section in the February 2012 issue of Charlotte magazine and The New York Times (North Carolina distribution) on Feb. 5, 2012.

McGuireWoods 2012 North Carolina “Super Lawyers”:

  • Mark E. Anderson, Business Litigation (Raleigh)
  • E. Osborne Ayscue Jr., General Litigation (Charlotte)
  • Kenneth D. Bell, Criminal Defense: White Collar (Charlotte)
  • Jonathan E. Buchan Jr., Business Litigation (Charlotte)
  • Boyd C. Campbell Jr., Securities & Corporate Finance (Charlotte)
  • John H. Cobb, Business Litigation (Charlotte)
  • Peter J. Covington, Business Litigation (Charlotte)
  • Robert A. Cox Jr., Bankruptcy & Creditor/Debtor Rights (Charlotte)
  • Larry J. Dagenhart, Business/Corporate (Charlotte)
  • Douglas W. Ey Jr., Business Litigation (Charlotte)
  • Henry L. Kitchin Jr., Business Litigation (Wilmington)
  • Bradley R. Kutrow, Business Litigation (Charlotte)
  • E. Lynwood Mallard, Mergers & Acquisitions (Charlotte)
  • Harrison L. Marshall Jr., Business/Corporate (Charlotte)
  • E. Graham McGoogan Jr., Estate Planning & Probate (Charlotte)
  • Robert H. Pryor, Bankruptcy & Creditor/Debtor Rights (Charlotte)
  • L.D. Simmons II, Insurance Coverage (Charlotte)
  • Robert W. Simmons, Real Estate (Charlotte)
  • Scott P. Vaughn, Bankruptcy & Creditor/Debtor Rights (Charlotte)
  • David B. Whelpley Jr., Mergers & Acquisitions (Charlotte)
  • Elizabeth G. Wren, Securities & Corporate Finance (Charlotte)

As part of the selection process, Super Lawyers identifies candidates through independent research and by inviting lawyers in each state to nominate the best attorneys they’ve observed in action. Super Lawyers attorney-led research staff evaluates candidates on 12 indicators of peer recognition and professional achievement. Candidates also undergo a peer review by practice area.