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Six Kramon & Graham Principals Recognized in Benchmark Litigation 2017

Six Kramon & Graham principals have been recognized in Benchmark Litigation 2017, a leading legal guide that provides analysis of commercial and financial litigators in the United States. Focused exclusively on the U.S. litigation market, Benchmark Litigation rankings are the result of extensive interviews with private practice lawyers and in-house counsel.

Five Kramon & Graham lawyers are identified as "Litigation Stars," a designation Benchmark assigns to trial attorneys who are consistently recommended as reputable and effective litigators by clients and peers. One Kramon & Graham attorney was selected a Benchmark “Future Star,” a designation assigned to lawyers who are on track to become a “Litigation Star” in a future issue of Benchmark Litigation.

This year, Kramon & Graham was one of nine Maryland firms to receive the top "Highly Recommended" designation. This ranking is reserved for the firms that receive the most mentions and that are "held as dominant in their particular jurisdiction," according to Benchmark Litigation's methodology.

In 2015, Benchmark Litigation named Kramon & Graham Maryland Law Firm of the Year. This year's listing includes:

Benchmark Litigation Ranked Local Litigation Stars:

Andrew Jay Graham (Recognized since 2013)

General Commercial
Securities
White-Collar Crime

John Bourgeois (Recognized since 2015)

Criminal
General Commercial
Professional Liability

Geoffrey Genth (Recognized since 2015)

General Commercial
Professional Liability

M. Natalie McSherry  (Recognized since 2013)

General Commercial
Securities
Benchmark Litigation Top 250 Women in Litigation (Recognized in 2007, 2012, 2013, 2015, and 2016)

James P. Ulwick (Recognized since 2013)

General Commercial
Health Care

Benchmark Litigation Ranked Future Star:

Amy Askew (Recognized since 2013)

General Commercial

To view the complete methodology used in compiling Benchmark's 2017 guide rankings, click here.