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2017 Missouri & Kansas Super Lawyers Recognizes Eight Baker Sterchi Attorneys

November 15, 2017 | John Cowden, David Eisenberg, James Scott Kreamer, Thomas Rice, Shawn Rogers, Thomas Sterchi, Jonathan Benevides and John Patterson

Eight Baker Sterchi Cowden & Rice attorneys have been recognized in the 2017 Missouri & Kansas Super Lawyers and Rising Stars publication:

  • John Cowden – Aviation & Aerospace
  • David Eisenberg – Employment & Labor
  • James Scott Kreamer – Business Litigation
  • Thomas Rice – Civil Litigation: Defense
  • Shawn Rogers – Personal Injury General: Defense
  • Thomas Sterchi – Personal Injury Products: Defense
  • Jonathan Benevides - Civil Litigation: Defense (Rising Star)
  • John Patterson – Civil Litigation: Defense (Rising Star)

The Super Lawyers publication recognizes lawyers who have attained a high-degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. The selection process is multi-phased and includes independent research, peer nominations and peer evaluations. Super Lawyers recognizes no more than 5% of attorneys in each state.  Rising Stars are top up-and-coming attorneys in a state who are 40 years old or younger, or who have been practicing for 10 years or less, with only 2.5% of attorneys in each state being recognized.

Cowden, Eisenberg, Rice and Sterchi have been selected for inclusion in the publication since it was launched in 2005.

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