D Magazine Recognizes Eleven Jackson Walker Attorneys

Jackson Walker is proud to announce that eleven of its attorneys have been included in the “Best Lawyers 2017” list by D Magazine, one of the premier publications in the city of Dallas. This distinction represents each attorney’s mastery and drive within the legal community.

The attorneys were selected by their legal peers and the editors at D Magazine. Among the attorneys honored was Chief Judge David Folsom (ret.), a partner based in Jackson Walker’s Texarkana office.

William S. Dahlstrom and Susan Mead have been recognized for their work in zoning, planning and entitlements. This marks the tenth straight year that both attorneys have been recognized by the magazine. Their colleagues L. Suzan Kedron and Steven Dimitt were also recognized for their work in Jackson Walker’s land use and municipal law practice group.

Listed for Labor and Employment Law is John V. Jansonius, who works on behalf of companies in matters ranging from contract and compensation negotiations to defense of employment discrimination and wrongful discharge claims. This is Jansonius’ seventh year to be included on the list.

William Hornberger and Ronald D. Kerridge were recognized for their broad-ranging achievements in Tax Law. This marks Hornberger’s sixth year and Kerridge’s fifth-straight year to be included on the list. Partner Jim Griffin was also included on the list for his work in ERISA/Employee Benefits Law.

Attorneys John Holden and Wayne Malecha were honored for their work in energy law and real estate law, respectively.

For more information on these attorneys and their work, visit Jackson Walker online.

About Jackson Walker LLP

Jackson Walker is a Texas-based law firm with a national presence and global reach. With more than 400 attorneys, we’re one of the largest firms in the state, and we provide comprehensive services in a broad range of practice areas. At the same time, by keeping our offices in Texas—Austin, Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston, San Angelo, San Antonio, and Texarkana—we’re able to provide excellent value for clients and maintain the nimbleness to adapt to their needs. We recognize that our relationships with clients have made us who we are. For more than 125 years, we’ve represented companies that have changed the face of Texas business. Today, our attorneys continue to deliver practical, efficient solutions to clients.


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