Bradley is pleased to announce that 10 attorneys in the firm’s Tampa office have been named 2019 Florida Super Lawyers or Rising Stars, who are recognized as among the leading lawyers in the state.
The firm’s Florida Super Lawyers and their recognized practice areas are:
- Timothy A. Andreu, partner; Banking and Financial Services Practice Group (Business Litigation)
- Michael B. Colgan, counsel; Litigation Practice Group (Business Litigation)
- Robert B. Glenn, retired partner; Bankruptcy and Creditors’ Rights Practice Group (Bankruptcy: Business)
- Mark A. Hanley, counsel; Labor and Employment Practice Group (Employment & Labor)
- Craig Mayfield, partner; Litigation Practice Group (Personal Injury – Products: Defense)
- Robert C. Rasmussen, counsel; Corporate and Securities Practice Group (Mergers & Acquisitions)
- Edwin G. Rice, counsel; Bankruptcy and Creditors’ Rights Practice Group (Bankruptcy: Business)
- Alysa J. Ward, partner; Labor and Employment Practice Group (Employment & Labor)
The firm’s Florida Rising Stars and their recognized practice areas are:
- Troy M. Carnrite, partner; Corporate and Securities Practice Group (Mergers & Acquisitions)
- Tabitha S. Etlinger, senior attorney; Banking and Financial Services Practice Group (Real Estate)
“We are very proud of our Florida attorneys who have earned the distinction of being recognized as among the top senior and up-and-coming practitioners in the state,” said Bradley Tampa Office Managing Partner R. Craig Mayfield.
Only the top 5 percent of lawyers in Florida are named Super Lawyers. No more than 2.5 percent of lawyers in the state are selected as Rising Stars, who must be 40 years old or younger or have been in practice for 10 or fewer years. Published by Thomson Reuters, Super Lawyers uses independent research, peer nominations and peer evaluations to determine the honorees. The Super Lawyers and Rising Stars lists will be published in June in the Florida Super Lawyers Magazine, and portions of the lists will appear later this summer in Tampa Bay Magazine, Jacksonville Magazine, and a supplement in the Miami Herald. The lists also are distributed to attorneys and ABA-accredited law school libraries.