(L-R) Howard G. Arnett, Kurt E. Barker, Ellen H. Grover, Josh Newton, Thomas Sayeg | Photos courtesy of Karnopp Petersen LLP
Karnopp Petersen LLP is pleased to announce its five attorneys recognized in their respective practice areas in the 2022 edition of The Best Lawyers in America.
- Howard G. Arnett – Native American Law — Recognized by Best Lawyers 16 times since first listed in 2007.
- Kurt E. Barker – Employment Law – Management, and Litigation – Labor and Employment — Recognized by Best Lawyers 11 times since first listed in 2012.
- Ellen H. Grover – Energy Law and Native American Law — Recognized by Best Lawyers six times since first listed in 2016.
- Josh Newton – Commercial Litigation — Recognized by Best Lawyers six times since first listed in 2017.
- Thomas J. Sayeg – Trusts and Estates — Recognized by Best Lawyers 15 times since first listed in 2008.
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“It is an honor for our attorneys to receive this recognition in The Best Lawyers in America,” said Karnopp Petersen Managing Partner Ellen Grover. “The acknowledgment by our peers year-after-year is a testament to Karnopp Petersen’s collective strength and the exceptional expertise our attorneys demonstrate in each of their areas of practice.”
“Best Lawyers was founded in 1981 to highlight the extraordinary accomplishments of those in the legal profession. After three decades, we are proud to continue to serve as the most reliable, unbiased source of legal referrals worldwide,” said CEO Phillip Greer.
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