CHARLESTON -– Nineteen Jackson Kelly West Virginia lawyers were recently rated in the Chambers USA "2012 Guide to America's Leading Business Lawyers."
Chambers also rated four of the firm's practice areas in the preeminent Band 1 in West Virginia. They are: Corporate/Commercial, Litigation: General Commercial, Natural Resources and Real Estate. Also recognized was Jackson Kelly's Labor & Employment Practice Group.
The lawyers ranked in the guide are: Ellen S. Cappellanti, Charles D. Dunbar, A.L. Emch, David M. Flannery, Robert D. Fluharty, Samme L. Gee, Thomas J. Hurney Jr., Stephen M. LaCagnin, Charles W. Loeb Jr., Elizabeth O. Lord, Erin E. Magee, Robert G. McLusky, Al F. Sebok, Louis S. Southworth II, Daniel L. Stickler, James W. Thomas, Robert G. Tweel, Taunja Willis-Miller and Roger A. Wolfe.
The rankings are based upon the recommendations of clients and lawyers throughout the United States. Attorneys are ranked on qualities such as technical ability, professional conduct, commitment, client service and commercial awareness. Chambers and Partners, based in London, produce the annual "Chambers USA: America's Leading Business Lawyers." Top firms and top attorneys are ranked and their merits described -- usually in the words of clients the publisher has interviewed.
Jackson Kelly is a national law firm representing global corporations, national companies, entrepreneurs and individuals in areas of law such as environmental, business, labor and employment, federal and state workers' compensation, civil litigation and occupational safety and health. The firm has offices in Colorado, Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio, Pennsylvania, West Virginia and the District of Columbia.
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