McGuireWoods Lawyers Named Washington, D.C. ‘Super Lawyers’ and ‘Rising Stars’ for 2016

April 29, 2016

Thirteen lawyers in McGuireWoods’ Washington, D.C., and Tysons, Virginia offices have been named Washington, D.C., “Super Lawyers” for 2016. In addition, 10 of the firm’s lawyers have been named Washington, D.C., “Rising Stars” by the lawyer rating service Super Lawyers.

McGuireWoods’ 2016 Washington-based “Super Lawyers”:

  • Douglas M. Foley, Bankruptcy: Business
  • Charles Wm. McIntyre, Securities Litigation
  • Amy Miller, Business Litigation
  • Robert Plotkin, Securities Litigation
  • George J. Terwilliger III, Criminal Defense: White Collar

McGuireWoods’ Tysons-based 2016 Virginia “Super Lawyers”:

  • Ronald D. Aucutt, Tax
  • Dorothea W. Dickerman, Real Estate
  • M. Melissa Glassman, Business Litigation
  • Richard D. Holzheimer Jr., Business Litigation
  • Brad Newberg, IP Litigation
  • Jonathan P. Rak, Land Use/Zoning
  • Stephen W. Robinson, Employment Litigation: Defense
  • Thomas E. Spahn, Business Litigation

Washington, D.C., Super Lawyers “Rising Stars” recognizes top up-and-coming lawyers who are 40 years old or younger, or who have been practicing 10 or fewer years.

McGuireWoods’ 2016 Washington-based Super Lawyers “Rising Stars”:

  • Franklin D. Annand, Business Litigation
  • Phillip C. Chang, Business Litigation
  • Jennifer L. Farer, Criminal Defense: White Collar
  • Jessica D. Fegan, Business Litigation

McGuireWoods’ 2016 Tysons-based Super Lawyers “Rising Stars”:

  • Sarah A. Belger, Employee Litigation: Defense
  • Amy Bolian, Health Care
  • Heather Britton, Business Litigation
  • Kathryn M. Caimi, Business Litigation
  • Kevin J. Daniel, Business Litigation
  • Stephen Mulligan, Business Litigation

A Thomson Reuters publication, Super Lawyers identifies candidates through independent research and by inviting lawyers in each state to nominate the best attorneys they have observed in action. A lawyer-led research staff evaluates candidates on 12 indicators of peer recognition and professional achievement. Candidates also undergo a peer review by practice area.