Eight Burr Attorneys Named to Georgia Trend's Legal Elite 2012

December 07, 2012

Burr & Forman LLP is pleased to announce that eight Atlanta-based attorneys have been selected for inclusion in Georgia Trend’s 2012 Legal Elite.

The list, in its 10th edition, ranks Georgia’s top attorneys as selected by their peers. To compile its Legal Elite, Georgia Trend polled several thousand members of the State Bar of Georgia asking them to nominate the most effective attorneys in 20 different practice areas. The complete list is available at www.georgiatrend.com

The Burr & Forman attorneys named among Georgia Trend’s 2012 Legal Elite are:

Edward H. Brown: Business Law

Erich N. Durlacher: Bankruptcy/Creditors’ Rights

Richard A. Fishman: Real Estate Law

Scott E. Hitch: Environmental Law

Michael Lasky: Intellectual Property

Anton F. Mertens: Immigration Law

Graham H. Stieglitz: Bankruptcy/Creditors’ Rights

Shea Sullivan: General Practice/Trial Law

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  • “We would use them even in geographic areas where the firm is not in their natural footprint.”

    - Chambers 2014

  • “He is extremely helpful and knowledgeable on workout process. I look to him a lot for legal advice. He has a real handle on what we’re doing and how to get it done. He is great – very practical, very engaging and just a real pleasure to work with – one of my favorite attorneys. He does what I tell him to do. He knows the law and the practical side. He has some younger lawyers that work with him who are also very engaging.”

    -Chambers 2012

  • “Does have a fairly significant commercial real estate group.”

    -Chambers 2012

  • “He is an excellent products liability lawyer. He is good in front of a jury, always prepared. He is recognized as an excellent lawyer.”

    -Chambers 2012

  • "Rik Tozzi is celebrated for his varied expertise, including class actions."

    -Chambers 2007