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Date: November 17, 2010
GSB Press Release

PORTLAND, ORE., November 17, 2010 – Garvey Schubert Barer is proud to announce that 11 attorneys in its Portland office have been recognized as 2010 "Super Lawyers." Of those 11, Edward J. Sullivan was named in the “Top 10” list. Christine P. Brown was named one of the Top 25 Women Oregon Super Lawyers, and Robert C. Weaver, Jr. was named among the Top 50 Oregon Super Lawyers. Additionally, two attorneys in the firm's Portland office were named 2010 "Rising Stars."

“It is an honor for these outstanding individuals to be selected by their peers as being among the best attorneys in Oregon,” said Stephen J. Connolly, Managing Director of the firm's Portland office. “Once again, we’re delighted to see that over half of our attorneys from the Portland office were named in the 2010 listings of 'Super Lawyers' and 'Rising Stars,' demonstrating Garvey Schubert Barer’s commitment to serving its clients with some of the most talented legal professionals in the Northwest.”

Congratulations to the Garvey Schubert Barer attorneys named as Oregon "Super Lawyers":

  • Larry J. Brant, Tax
  • Christine P. Brown, Estate Planning and Probate
  • Vincent P. Cacciottoli, Employee Benefits/ERISA
  • Stephen J. Connolly, Business/Corporate
  • Joy Ellis, Employment and Labor
  • Mark E. Friedman, Business Litigation
  • John M. Junkin, Real Estate
  • Eric A. Lindenauer, Health Care
  • Edward J. Sullivan, Land Use/Zoning
  • Robert C. Weaver, Jr., Criminal Defense: White Collar
  • Joseph W. West, Real Estate

Congratulations to the Garvey Schubert Barer attorneys named as Oregon "Rising Stars":

  • Steven D. Nofziger, Tax
  • Carrie A. Richter, Land Use/Zoning

About Oregon Super Lawyers & Rising Stars

The designation of Oregon Super Lawyer® represents a high achievement, with only 5 percent of Oregon attorneys selected. In 2010, Oregon Super Lawyers solicited nominations from more than 10,000 Oregon attorneys, asking them to name the best lawyers they personally observed in action. Candidates were then evaluated by a panel of preeminent peers in more than 70 practice areas, representing individuals who have attained a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement.

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