Seven Brown, Goldstein & Levy attorneys have been included on the inaugural Lawdragon 500 Leading Litigators in America list, which recognizes attorneys who excel representing corporations, organizations, and individuals in litigating claims across a variety of practice areas.
The recognized attorneys, selected from a record number of submissions, are:
- Gregory Care (Health Care Provider Regulatory, Commercial Litigation)
- Kevin Docherty (Commercial Litigation)
- Kobie Flowers (White Collar, Criminal Defense, Investigations)
- Andy Freeman (Commercial Litigation)
- Sharon Krevor-Weisbaum (Health Care Provider Regulatory)
- Andrew Levy (Commercial Litigation, White Collar, Appellate)
- Joshua Treem (White Collar, Investigations)
This is the first-ever Leading Litigators guide from Lawdragon; however, our attorneys have also been recognized across several other Lawdragon lists in the past, including its 500 Leading Lawyers in America, 500 Leading Plaintiff Consumer Lawyers, and 500 Leading Plaintiff Employment & Civil Rights Lawyers guides. We are proud of the diversity of practice our attorneys bring to the legal profession, and we are equally proud of the high-quality, high-impact, and tireless work they perform on behalf of their clients every single day.
First and foremost, we are trial lawyers. Our emphasis on preparing cases for trial, as well as the effort we put into getting to know our clients as well as the facts and law underlying their claims, is a major reason why a 22-lawyer firm in Baltimore has almost 1.5% of the Lawdragon Leading Litigators in America.
The Lawdragon selection process is highly competitive, performed by a team of professionals with over 100 combined years of lawyer reporting and information business. To make their selections, the Lawdragon team researches which lawyers and practice groups have made significant impacts on their field and which lawyers are consistently turned to as preeminent voices for important legal matters. Lawdragon accepts thousands of submissions per guide, and each candidate is independently considered.
Lawdragon guide candidates must have been in practice for at least 10 years, with rare exceptions. The review team considers the regard to which each candidate is held by peers, aiming to include lawyers who aspire to be and who are admired for their intellect and wisdom as well as conduct and leadership. The final selection for this guide includes attorneys who typically have decades of experience litigating in state or federal courts and before government agencies. These attorneys are often members of premier trial-lawyer invite-only organizations, such as the American College of Trial lawyers.