Glenn Feldmann Darby & Goodlatte is pleased to announce that seven of its attorneys have been selected to the 2017 Virginia Super Lawyers list, a Thomson Reuters business. 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. Selections are made on an annual, state-by-state basis. The patented selection includes peer nominations and evaluations that are combined with independent research. Each candidate is evaluated on 12 indicators generating a credible, comprehensive and diverse list of exceptional attorneys.
Included in the Virginia 2017 Super Lawyers are:
Paul G. Beers – Criminal Defense
Jeremy E. Carroll – State/Local/Municipalities
Harwell M. Darby, Jr. – Business/Corporate
Mark E. Feldmann – Business Litigation
Maryellen F. Goodlatte – Real Estate
David I. Tenzer – Business/Corporate
Robert A. Ziogas – Civil Litigation – Defense
Additional recognitions include:
Paul G. Beers, Mark E. Feldmann, and Robert A. Ziogas selected as one of Virginia’s Top 100 Lawyers
Maryellen F. Goodlatte selected as one of the Top 50 Women Lawyers in Virginia
Glenn Feldmann Darby & Goodlatte has been serving clients in western Virginia for over 60 years. The firm provides capable and responsive client service in a variety of practice areas. Located in downtown Roanoke, our attorneys also know that serving the client begins by serving the community.
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