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Lewis Roca Rothgerber Attorney Dan Polsenberg Ranked No. 1 For 2013 Edition of Mountain States Super Lawyers
Published on Thu, Sep 26, 2013 (3:04 p.m.)LAS VEGAS, NV - Lewis Roca Rothgerber is pleased to announce that Daniel F. Polsenberg was ranked as the #1 attorney in the 2013 edition of Mountain States Super Lawyers.
Polsenberg is a partner in the firm’s Appellate practice group. He is a former President of the State Bar of Nevada and was the first Nevadan named a Fellow of the prestigious American Academy of Appellate Lawyers, where he is currently serving on the Board. Polsenberg has over 30 years of experience representing clients in cases ranging from tort to tax and constitutional to commercial law. He has personally argued more than 240 appeals and has written briefs in over 1000 more.
ABOUT MOUNTAIN STATES SUPER LAWYERS
Mountain States Super Lawyers includes attorneys from Nevada, Utah, Idaho, Montana and Wyoming. It is a listing of outstanding lawyers from more than 70 practice areas who have attained a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. Only five percent of the lawyers in the region are recognized by Super Lawyers.
ABOUT LEWIS ROCA ROTHGERBER LLP
Built on the strengths and reputations of legacy firms Lewis and Roca LLP and Rothgerber Johnson & Lyons LLP, Lewis Roca Rothgerber is one of the largest law firms in the Western U.S. With 250 attorneys serving clients across nine offices including Las Vegas, Reno, Phoenix, Tucson, Denver, Colorado Springs, Albuquerque, Silicon Valley and Casper, the firm maintains thriving practices in litigation, real estate, business transactions, intellectual property, gaming, banking, bankruptcy, and energy/natural resources. For additional information, please visit LRRLaw.com.
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