Hare Wynn Sweeps Five Legal Categories in Birmingham Magazine’s “Top Attorney” Peer Review Poll

Hare Wynn Sweeps Five Legal Categories in Birmingham Magazine's "Top Attorney" Peer Review Poll 1

Five Hare Wynn attorneys were recognized in the April issue of Birmingham Magazine in the ‘Top Attorney’ category across several practice areas.

Each year, Birmingham Magazine asks the Birmingham Bar Association to vote on their peers across multiple practice areas within the legal industry.

Voters named Hare Wynn lawyers as Birmingham Top Attorneys in the following categories:

  • Leon Ashford- Civil Litigation
  • Mike Ermert- Government
  • Bruce McKee- Appellate
  • Jamie Moncus – Personal Injury
  • Tempe Smith – Rising Star

In its second century of practice, Hare Wynn is one of the top class-action law firms in the country. Hare Wynn’s success has come as a result of the unique opportunity its attorneys have had to become both experienced and successful trial lawyers, as well as legal tacticians. Whether arguing to a jury in a rural county in Alabama or to the United States Supreme Court, Hare Wynn’s lawyers have a proven track record of success for their clients.

Hare Wynn began in the late 1800s, and, through the firm’s founder, Francis Hare, was instrumental in making plaintiffs’ litigation affordable to those needing high quality representation in significant litigation. Built on a legacy of representing individuals, Hare Wynn continues to build on more than 100 years of successful trial experience in its representation of individuals, Fortune 500 companies, small business and governmental entities.

Most recently, the magnitude of the firm’s litigation success was recognized when Hare Wynn was identified as one of the top plaintiffs’ firms in the United States in being named to the National Law Journal’s Plaintiffs’ Hot List. The Journal honored Hare Wynn as one of 20 firms nationally “that are at the cutting edge of plaintiffs’ work – and giving the defense a run for their money.”

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