06/13/2016

Mountain States Super Lawyers® Recognizes 13 Holland & Hart Idaho Attorneys

Mountain States Super Lawyers® Recognizes 13 Holland & Hart Idaho Attorneys

Holland & Hart LLP announced today that 13 of the firm’s Boise attorneys have been selected to the 2016 Mountain States Super Lawyers® and Mountain States Rising Stars.

Super Lawyers is a rating service of outstanding lawyers from more than 70 practice areas who have attained a high-degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. The selection process includes independent research, peer nominations, and peer evaluations. Only the top 5 percent of attorneys in each state are honored as Super Lawyers in this annual list, and the Rising Star recognition is limited to only 2.5 percent of eligible attorneys, according to Super Lawyers’ website.

Holland & Hart Boise attorneys recognized as 2016 Mountain States Super Lawyers and Mountain States Rising Stars include:

Mountain States Super Lawyers

Primary Practice

Chandler, Thomas

Business/Corporate

Faucher, Robert A.

Bankruptcy: Business

Feldman, Murray D.

Environmental Litigation

Mack, J. Frederick

Business/Corporate

Myers III, William G.

Energy & Resources

Prince, Larry E.

Bankruptcy: Business

Sinclair, J. Walter

Business Litigation

Squyres, B. Newal

Business Litigation

Stanger, Kim C.

Health Care

Stidham, Erik F.

Business Litigation

Mountain States Rising Stars

Primary Practice

Bennett, A. Dean

Employee Litigation: Defense

Berry, Sara

Civil Litigation: Defense

Prince, Jason E.

Business Litigation

A complete list of the 75 Holland & Hart attorneys recognized as 2016 Mountain States Super Lawyers and Mountain States Rising Stars can be found in the firm-wide press release.

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