Kay Anderle nominated for Orange County Business Journal “2016 Women in Business Awards”

April 11, 2016  |   Recent Posts   |     |   Comments Off on Kay Anderle nominated for Orange County Business Journal “2016 Women in Business Awards”

Kay Anderle has been nominated for the Orange County Business Journal “2016 Women in Business Awards.”

As managing partner of the Irvine-based law firm of Keller/Anderle LLP, Kay Anderle has lead the firm to rapid growth and national recognition of the firm and its attorneys’ accomplishments. Keller/Anderle LLP is considered by many to be the leading 100% women-owned business litigation firm in Orange County and is among the premier boutique litigation firms in California.

It is unusual for a smaller law firm to be selected to handle high profile, bet-the-company cases. It is even rarer for the firm to be 100% women-owned, yet Keller/Anderle LLP regularly competes directly with – and wins — against law firms of all sizes, regardless of gender ownership.

Kay’s awards and honors are both national and statewide in scope, including: Litigation Counsel of America, The Best Lawyers in America®, National Trial Lawyers, Southern California Superlawyer, and California Lawyer Magazine “Lawyer of the Year.

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