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増田・舟井の弁護士17名が、2019年度 Leading Lawyers/Emerging Lawyersに選ばれました。

1.3.19

Masuda Funai is proud to announce that 14 lawyers have been selected as Leading Lawyers, and 3 lawyers have been selected as Emerging Lawyers. The Leading Lawyers designation is limited to less than 5% of lawyers licensed in each state, based on peer recommendations. The Emerging Lawyers designation is limited to less than 2% of lawyers licensed in each state who are age 40 or younger, unless they have practiced law for 10 years or less, based on peer recommendations.

2019 Leading Lawyers include:

  • Bryan Funai – Closely & Privately Held Business Law, Immigration Law: Employment, International Business & Trade Law
  • Kathleen Gaber – Immigration Law: Employment
  • Tim Hammersmith - Real Estate Law: Commercial, Real Estate Law: Finance
  • Eldon Kakuda – Closely & Privately Held Business Law, Immigration Law: Employment, International Business & Trade Law
  • Alan Kaplan – Employment Law: Management, Labor Law: Management
  • Steven Katz – Commercial Litigation, Franchise & Dealership Law
  • George Kobayashi – Franchise & Dealership Law, Intellectual Property Law, International Business & Trade Law
  • Dayne Kono – Immigration Law: Employment, International Business & Trade Law
  • Rein Krammer – Commercial Litigation, International Business & Trade Law
  • Thomas McMenamin – Closely & Privately Held Business Law; International Business & Trade Law, Mergers & Acquisitions Law, Secured Transactions Law
  • Stephen Proctor – Closely & Privately Held Business Law, International Business & Trade Law
  • Fazila Vaid – Immigration Law: Employment
  • Gary Vist – Commercial Litigation, Franchise & Dealership Law, International Business & Trade Law
  • Robert White – Immigration Law: Employment

2019 Emerging Lawyers include:

Leading Lawyers is a division of Law Bulletin Media. Law Bulletin Media is a diversified print and electronic information company that has been serving the Chicago legal and business communities since 1854. Flagship of the privately held corporation is the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin, the oldest daily courts newspaper in the country. From its modest beginning in 1854 as a daily reporter of courthouse information, the company has grown into a leading Midwestern information provider in the legal, real estate and financial fields.