Gardere Attorneys Earn 'Best Lawyers in Dallas' Honors


Gardere Wynne Sewell LLP is proud to announce that nine Firm attorneys have been named to D Magazine's list of "The Best Lawyers in Dallas," which will be published in the magazine's May 2012 edition.

The Gardere attorneys and the practice areas for which they were honored are:

  • Steven S. Camp - Banking & Finance
  • Beverly B. Godbey - Insurance Law
  • Rob Hoffman - Business Litigation
  • Rick Jordan - Corporate Securities/Capital Markets
  • Kevin L. Kelley - Real Estate
  • Alan J. Perkins - Mergers & Acquisitions
  • Richard M. Roberson - Bankruptcy & Workout
  • Larry Schoenbrun - Mergers & Acquisitions
  • David H. Timmins - Insurance Law

"We are all very pleased that the high quality of work performed by these attorneys is recognized by their peers, and we are very proud to call them colleagues," says Gardere Managing Partner Steve Good. "They are among the most trusted and respected attorneys at our Firm, working in practice areas that are vital to the success of our clients."

The 2012 listing of the top attorneys in Dallas was determined through a peer-review voting process and ballots submitted by nearly 9,000 local lawyers. Those casting ballots could only nominate others within their own practice area. The final list was compiled by an independent panel of distinguished attorneys, along with the magazine's editors.

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