Bradley is pleased to announce that 11 attorneys in the firm’s Charlotte office have been named 2020 North Carolina Super Lawyers or Rising Stars. Among the honorees, partners Christopher C. Lam and Robert R. Marcus also were selected to this year’s Top 25: Charlotte and Top 100: North Carolina Super Lawyers lists, and Robert A. Cox Jr. was named to the Top 100 list.
“We are very proud of our Charlotte attorneys who have been singled out by the Super Lawyers organization as among the leading lawyers in North Carolina,” said Bradley Chairman of the Board and Managing Partner Jonathan M. Skeeters.
Following are the seven partners (and their primary recognized practice areas) who have been named North Carolina Super Lawyers for 2020:
- Corby Cochran Anderson, partner (Intellectual Property Litigation)
- Robert A. Cox Jr., partner (Bankruptcy: Business)
- Michael C. Griffin, partner (Business Litigation)
- Douglas Grimes, partner (Intellectual Property Litigation)
- Bailey King Jr., partner (Business Litigation)
- Christopher C. Lam, partner (Business Litigation)
- Robert R. Marcus, partner (Business Litigation)
Following are two partners and two associates (and their recognized practice areas) who have been named North Carolina Rising Stars for 2020:
- Monica Wilson Dozier, partner (Construction Litigation)
- Matthew K. Lilly, partner (Construction Litigation)
- Jonathan E. Schulz, associate (Business Litigation)
- Bridget V. Warren, associate (Intellectual Property)
Only the top 5 percent of lawyers in North Carolina 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 determines its rankings through independent research, peer nominations and peer evaluations. The North Carolina Super Lawyers and Rising Stars lists are published in North Carolina Super Lawyers Magazine and in Charlotte magazine and are distributed to attorneys and ABA-accredited law school libraries.