We are proud to announce that 12 attorneys at Goldberg Weisman Cairo have been selected for recognition as either a Leading Lawyer or an Emerging Lawyer by Leading Lawyers.
Leading Lawyers is published by the Law Bulletin Publishing Community, a company that provides consumers with online litigation products.
Attorneys are recognized by Leading Lawyers after being selected through an extensive research process that contains four different phases and a final approval from members of the advisory board.
At the heart of the selection process is peer review. Attorneys are nominated by other attorneys who practice in the same field and who are members of the same legal community. As the largest personal injury law firm in Illinois, we are honored to have 12 attorneys in our firm so highly recommended by our legal colleagues in the state.
The following attorneys were recognized as a Leading Lawyer:
- Louis Cairo
- David Caplan
- Jim Nawrocki
- Colin O’Malley
- Larry Ruder
- Joe Sorce
- Kristen Dunne
- Michael Goldberg
The following attorneys were recognized as an Emerging Lawyer:
- Corey Goldberg
- Mike Knobloch
- Raul Rodriguez
- Ian Zenziper
Additionally, Louis Cairo, a GWC named partner, has been selected to join the Leading Lawyers Network Advisory Board. Members of the board receive an invitation to join after receiving the highest number of votes in their practice area in the state.
Mr. Cairo will now be able to evaluate attorneys during Phase IV to determine whether they should be selected for inclusion to the annual list. We are incredibly proud of Mr. Cairo for receiving the highest number of votes in construction law.
We know that the Leading Lawyers organization cannot select and recognize all great attorneys. We truly believe that all of the attorneys at GWC are fantastic legal advocates and litigators.
We wish the selected attorneys a hearty congratulations and look forward to all of their wonderful legal and community contributions in 2015.
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