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GTTC Attorneys on 2016 Washington Super Lawyers List

June 10, 2016

Once again, GTTC is proud to announce its attorneys on the 2016 Washington Super Lawyers list, as voted by their fellow Washington practitioners.

Our Distinguished Attorneys

This year, GTTC partners Chuck Gordon, Jeff Tilden, Jeff Thomas, Frank Cordell, Dale Kingman, Michael Rosenberger, and Mark Wilner achieved the Super Lawyers designation. Up-and-coming GTTC attorneys Susannah Carr, Haley Krug, Chelsey Mam and Matthew Pierce were distinguished on the 2016 Washington Rising Stars list.  Below are GTTC’s 2016Washington Super Lawyers listings and 2016 Washington Rising Stars listings with their primary practice areas:

GTTC’s 2016 Washington Super Lawyers:

Charles C. Gordon, Business Litigation
Jeffrey I. Tilden, Business Litigation
Jeffrey M. Thomas, General Litigation
Franklin D. Cordell, Insurance Coverage
Dale Kingman, Insurance Coverage
Michael Rosenberger, Business Litigation
Mark Wilner, General Litigation

GTTC’s 2016 Washington Rising Stars:

Susannah C. Carr, Insurance Coverage
Haley K. Krug, Insurance Coverage
Chelsey Mam, Civil Litigation – Plaintiff
Matthew F. Pierce, Insurance Coverage

Super Lawyers

Super Lawyers, part of Thomson Reuters, is a research-driven, peer influenced rating service of outstanding lawyers who have attained a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. The mission of Super Lawyers is to bring visibility to those attorneys who exhibit excellence in practice.

The Super Lawyers lists are published in Super Lawyers Magazines and in leading city and regional magazines across the country. The Super Lawyers Magazines also feature editorial profiles of attorneys who embody excellence in the practice of law.

About GTTC: Founded in 1996, Gordon Tilden Thomas & Cordell, LLP is a Seattle trial practice firm. We provide insurance policyholder recovery litigation, business litigation, and personal injury litigation to a broad spectrum of clients – from FORTUNE 50 corporations to individuals.

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