Business: In Brief
August 14, 2010
EDMOND — Crowe & Dunlevy attorneys honored in the 2011 rankings
“Best Lawyers in America,” a national legal publisher, has once again listed Crowe & Dunlevy and its attorneys among the most respected law firms and lawyers in the nation.
Of the 67 Crowe & Dunlevy attorneys honored in the 2011 Best Lawyers rankings, six have been listed for 25 years, five attorneys have been listed for 20 years and 14 attorneys have been listed for 10 years
“We are extremely proud of this year’s Best Lawyers rankings,” said Crowe & Dunlevy President Roger A. Stong. “We attribute our continued recognition as a nationally ranked law firm to our dynamic attorneys. Their depth of experience in all areas of the general practice of law allows Crowe & Dunlevy to provide high-quality representation for clients throughout the state and region.”
First published in 1983, Best Lawyers is based on an exhaustive annual peer-review survey. For the new U.S. edition, more than 50 percent of the lawyers listed in Best Lawyers cast more than 3.1 million votes on the legal abilities of other lawyers in the same and related specialties. Because of the rigorous and transparent methodology used by Best Lawyers, and because lawyers are not required or allowed to pay a fee to be listed, inclusion in Best Lawyers is considered a singular honor.
Crowe & Dunlevy lawyers from Edmond who received honors include: Cynthia L. Andrews, tax law, employee benefits law, nonprofit/charities law; Regan S. Beatty, bankruptcy and creditor-debtor rights law; Harvey D. Ellis Jr., appellate law; Terry Hanna, tax law; James H. Holloman Jr., employee benefits law, nonprofit/charities law, tax law, trusts and estates; Allison M. Howard, appellate law; James W. Larimore, banking law, securities law; William E. van Egmond, equipment finance law; L. Mark Walker, commercial litigation, energy law, environmental law, water law, oil and gas law, natural resources law; and Harry A. Woods Jr., commercial litigation, mass tort litigation, product liability litigation, bet-the-company litigation.