Seventeen Clark Hill Attorneys Named to the 2017 Illinois Super Lawyers & Rising Stars List
CHICAGO, IL – Seventeen Clark Hill attorneys have been selected for inclusion in the Illinois Super Lawyers & Rising Stars 2017 List.
Illinois Super Lawyers
- Steven S. Brown, Civil Tax Litigation
- Richard H. Chapman, Business Litigation
- Daniel T. Graham, Business Litigation
- Gary E. Green, Business Litigation
- Daniel T. Hartnett, Criminal Defense: White Collar, Tax: Business, Tax: Consumer
- Ray J. Koenig III, Estate & Trust Litigation
- Royal B. Martin, Criminal Defense: White Collar, Tax, Securities Litigation
- Leigh D. Roadman, Criminal Defense: White Collar, Tax
- Scott N. Schreiber, Bankruptcy: Business
- Donald A. Shindler, Real Estate
- Paul Starkman, Employment Law
Illinois Rising Stars
- Candace Clark, Bankruptcy: Business
- Mason N. Floyd, Criminal Defense: White Collar, Business Litigation
- Timothy R. Herman, Business Litigation
- Ryan M. Holmes, Estate & Probate
- MacKenzie A. Hyde, Estate & Trust Litigation
- Chad M. Poznansky, Real Estate
Super Lawyers, published by Law & Politics magazine, is a consumer guide to outstanding attorneys based on a multi-step selection process including a survey and peer review.
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