Gardere Attorneys Named to D Magazine's 2013 Best Lawyers in Dallas List


Gardere Wynne Sewell LLP is pleased to announce that nine Firm attorneys have been named to D Magazine's annual list of The Best Lawyers in Dallas.

The Gardere attorneys honored in the 2013 list and their areas of practice are:

Val J. Albright - Tax: Litigation
T. Mark Edwards - Tax: ERISA/Employee Benefits
Beverly B. Godbey - Insurance Law
Rick Jordan - Corporate Securities/Capital Markets
Kevin L. Kelley - Real Estate
Alan J. Perkins - Corporate Law: Mergers & Acquisitions
Richard M. Roberson - Bankruptcy & Workout
Paul V. Storm - Intellectual Property
David H. Timmins - Insurance Law

"It is an honor for our attorneys to be recognized by their peers as being the best in their fields," says Gardere Managing Partner Steve Good. "We are proud to have this group of trusted and respected attorneys at our Firm."

D Magazine selects the city's top lawyers through an extensive peer-review voting process. Nearly 9,000 local attorneys were invited to vote for the best lawyers in their respective practice areas. After the voting process ended, finalists were selected by an independent panel of anonymous lawyers and D Magazine's editorial staff.

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