Jennifer Keller named to Top 100 Southern California Super Lawyers, Top 50 Orange County Super Lawyers, Top 50 Southern California Women Super Lawyers

January 20, 2016  |   Recent Posts   |     |   Comments Off on Jennifer Keller named to Top 100 Southern California Super Lawyers, Top 50 Orange County Super Lawyers, Top 50 Southern California Women Super Lawyers

IRVINE, CA, JANUARY 20, 2016 — Jennifer Keller, a nationally prominent trial attorney at Keller/Anderle LLP in Irvine, has been named to the Top 100 list, as well as several other categories, of the 2016 “Southern California Super Lawyers.”

Keller was named to the following Super Lawyer lists: Top 100 Southern California, Top 50 Orange County Lawyers, Top 50 Women Lawyers in Southern California, and Business Litigation.

Super Lawyers is a rating service of outstanding lawyers from a wide range of practice areas who have attained a high-degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. The selection process is multi-phased and includes independent research, peer nominations and peer evaluations.

ABOUT KELLER/ANDERLE LLP

Keller/Anderle LLP (“KA”) is the go-to firm for high stakes business litigation, with a record second to none, and local, statewide and national recognition of our success. KA attorneys have won over $850 million in judgments in just the last six years, and successfully defended many other clients.  The name partners have tried over 250 jury trials between them, with an unparalleled record of success. KA’s client list includes Standard & Poor’s and MGA Entertainment, among others. The firm handles cases involving class actions, intellectual property, breach of contract, trade secrets, bad faith, white collar criminal defense, real estate, business torts and the entire gamut of commercial litigation.  KA is a Women’s Business Enterprise certified firm (100% women-owned).

KA’s lawyers are recognized by their peers as the best of the best.  Awards this year for the firm or its attorneys have included: U.S. News – Best Lawyers® “Best Law Firms”; the Los Angeles and San Francisco Daily Journal’s “Top 100 Lawyers in California,” “Top Boutique Firms” and “Top Women Lawyers” lists; Best Law Firms® “Top Orange County Lawyer honor for Non-White Collar Criminal Defense”; “Top 50 Orange County Super Lawyers”; Lawdragon 500 list of top national attorneys; the Litigation Counsel of America; the National Trial Lawyers Top 100 Trial Lawyers; the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum; and Los Angeles Magazine, “Southern California Superlawyers.

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