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7/3/2013

Lois Baar and Jane Michaels Selected to Benchmark Litigation’s Top 250 Women in Litigation

Lois Baar and Jane Michaels Selected to Benchmark Litigation’s Top 250 Women in Litigation

Holland & Hart LLP is pleased to announce two of its attorneys have been named to Benchmark Litigation’s Top 250 Women in Litigation, a selection of leading female litigators from across the U.S. The women profiled were selected from each state’s individually-ranked local litigation stars in the most recent edition of the peer-reviewed parent publication Benchmark Litigation.

Lois Baar has practiced employment law for more than 30 years. Her victories include summary judgment and trial wins involving all types of employment claims, including whistleblower, FLSA, discrimination, and harassment suits. She is a Fellow of the College of Labor and Employment Lawyers and is based in the firm’s Salt Lake City office.

Trial Practice Chair Jane Michaels helps her clients protect and defend their intellectual property and business enterprises in courtrooms and arbitration proceedings around the country. Michaels is a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers, the International Academy of Trial Lawyers, and the International Society of Barristers. She has prevailed in numerous complex jury trials and bench trials in business disputes, including patent, trademark, trade secrets and technology cases. Michaels is based in the firm’s Denver office.

A complete version of Top 250 Women in Litigation is at www.benchmarklitigation.com/top-250-women.

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