CHARLESTON -– The law firm Lewis Glasser Casey & Rollins is pleased to announce that seven of its members have been named Best Lawyers in America for 2013 in 12 legal categories.
Best Lawyers in America is one of the most visible and targeted peer review publications in the legal profession.
For three decades, Best Lawyers has been regarded by both the profession and the public as the most credible and definitive guide to legal excellence in the United States. Selection for Best Lawyers is based on an exhaustive and rigorous peer-review survey comprised of more than four million confidential evaluations by the top attorneys in the country.
The annual Best Lawyers publication has been described by The American Lawyer as "the most respected referral list of attorneys in practice." Because no fee or purchase is required, being listed in Best Lawyers is considered a singular honor.
The Lewis Glasser attorneys honored are:
* Jay Arceneaux, Litigation, Labor & Employment and Mediation
* Nick Casey, Government Relations Practice
* Thomas Casto, Health Care Law
* Martin Glasser, Corporate Law
* Richard Gottlieb, Energy Law and Oil & Gas Law
* Mark Sadd, Land Use & Zoning Law and Eminent Domain & Condemnation
* Ann Starcher, Corporate Law and Mining Law
Lewis Glasser Casey & Rollins has been representing clients for more than 40 years in the areas of energy, business transactions, real property, commercial and business litigation, health care, corporate bankruptcy and alternative dispute resolution.
The law firm has offices in Charleston and Morgantown, and it also maintains an active government relations practice, representing clients before the West Virginia Legislature and in Washington D.C. The government relations practice is LGCR Government Solutions.
Lewis Glasser Casey & Rollins is a Preeminent Law Firm by Martindale-Hubbell, one of the few West Virginia firms to achieve this status. Lewis Glasser Casey & Rollins has also received Martindale-Hubbell's highest rating, AV.
For more information, visit www.lgcr.com.
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