Super Lawyers® has placed Gray Ritter Graham attorneys Maurice Graham, Joan Lockwood, Morry Cole, and Tom Neill among Top 50 group of attorneys in St. Louis or the two-state region of Missouri and Kansas.
In total 11 Gray Ritter Graham attorneys have been selected to the list of 2022 Super Lawyers by “Missouri & Kansas Super Lawyers” magazine: Maurice Graham, Stephen Woodley, Patrick Hagerty, Don Downing, Joan Lockwood, Morry Cole, Gretchen Garrison, M. Graham Dobbs, Thomas Neill, Cort VanOstran, and Jack Downing.
In the individual practice categories, Graham, Woodley and Dobbs were selected in the Personal Injury Medical Malpractice: Plaintiff category; Lockwood, Cole, and Neill were selected in the Personal Injury General: Plaintiff practice category; Hagerty in the Transportation/Maritime category; Downing in the Class Action Litigation category: and Garrison in the Business Litigation category.
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VanOstran and Jack Downing were named to the 2022 “Missouri & Kansas Rising Stars” list in the area of Class Action Litigation. To be eligible for inclusion in Rising Stars, a candidate must be either 40 years old or younger, or in practice for 10 years or less. This list recognizes no more than 2.5 percent of attorneys in each state.
The Super Lawyers listing is an annual multi-stage process that includes surveys of attorneys from the two states to identify attorneys with a high degree of professional achievement and peer recognition, independent evaluation, and peer review. Only 5 percent of all attorneys in the two states combined were selected.
Founded in 1946, Gray Ritter Graham is a St. Louis plaintiff litigation law firm, practicing primarily in matters involving catastrophic injury and death, complex commercial and consumer litigation, product liability, medical negligence, and railroad and river worker injuries.
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