Three Crowe & Dunlevy attorneys were recently honored by industry guidebook Benchmark Litigation as being among the best in their field of law.
Judy Hamilton Morse, a director in the firm’s Oklahoma City office and chair of the Litigation & Trial Practice Group, was named one of the Top 250 Women in Litigation. This is the fifth year Benchmark Litigation has released the nationwide list, which involves an extensive, six-month research process, including client feedback surveys and individual interviews. She is one of two attorneys in Oklahoma to make the list.
Benchmark Litigation has recognized Crowe & Dunlevy directors Andre’ B. Caldwell and Evan G.E. Vincent on its Under 40 Hot List, a new accolade that honors the achievements of the nation’s most accomplished legal partners 40 years old or younger. The list was determined through a process of peer review and case examination. Four Oklahoma attorneys are listed.
An experienced trial lawyer, Morse focuses on litigation and trial practice, as well as bankruptcy and creditor’s rights. She has represented both plaintiffs and defendants in a number of business litigation matters in various industries including securities, financial services, lending, consumer credit, franchising, real estate and energy. Morse was named one of the Top 150 Women in Litigation by Benchmark Plaintiff in 2013.
Caldwell is a member of the Criminal Defense, Compliance & Investigations and Litigation & Trial Practice Groups. He represents private and public companies of various sizes in all aspects of commercial litigation, preparing criminal compliance guidelines and conducting corporate criminal risk assessments. He also represents individuals charged with state and federal law violations. The National Black Lawyers listed Caldwell on its 2016 Top 40 Under 40 list.
Vincent focuses his practice on litigation of complex and challenging legal matters at both the trial and appellate levels and represents clients that do business in a wide variety of industries. He has served as lead counsel for jury and arbitration trials and in both state and federal court appeals. He has achieved an AV peer review rating from LexisNexis Martindale-Hubbell and been named a Rising Star by Oklahoma Super Lawyers from 2012 to 2015.