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Four Vandeventer Black Attorneys Named Lawyer of the Year for 2017

Vandeventer Black LLP attorneys selected Lawyer of the Year for 2017 by Best Lawyers in America: (from left to right) William E. Franczek, Patrick W. Herman, Anita O. Poston, and Mark T. Coberly.

Norfolk, VA (November 1, 2016) – Four Vandeventer Black LLP attorneys were recently selected Lawyer of the Year by Best Lawyers in America:

                          Mark T. Coberly - Norfolk Admiralty and Maritime Law

William E. Franczek - Norfolk Construction Law

Patrick W. Herman - Norfolk Tax Law

Anita O. Poston - Norfolk Health Care Law

Each year Best Lawyers designates one lawyer per practice area, per metropolitan zone, as “Lawyer of the Year.” The designation is the result of exhaustive peer-review surveys in which thousands of leading lawyers confidentially evaluate their colleagues. Overall, 25 attorneys from Vandeventer Black were named Best Lawyers in America (2017), many listed in multiple specialties, for a total of 52 designations. Inclusion in America’s Best Lawyers is based on more than 7.3 million detailed evaluations.

“We’re honored to be recognized with four ‘Lawyer of the Year’ designations, and continually strive to provide our clients with great service.” said Michael Sterling, Managing Partner. “This demonstrates our passion for representation of our clients.”


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