GRGB Law Attorneys Kathryn Keppel and Erin Strohbehn Recognized in Best Lawyers Spring Business Edition
Milwaukee, WI — The Milwaukee, Wisconsin based trial and litigation law firm, GRGB Law, is proud to announce that Partners Kathryn A. Keppel and Erin M. Strohbehn have been recognized as 2020 Best Lawyers in America in the Spring Business Edition. This magazine distinctly celebrates women lawyers who excel in their specific practice areas by highlighting their opinions and achievements within their specialty areas.
Kathryn Keppel was recognized for her appellate practice and Erin Strohbehn for personal injury litigation.
Best Lawyers is a peer-based review system that serves to identify the most talented attorneys within a geographic region. According to the publication, it is the “oldest legal peer-review organization in the United States.” The goal of the ratings is to help the consumer connect with the most capable and talented legal professional for their given needs.
About GRGB Law
Serving Wisconsin since 1968, GRGB Law has earned a position of admiration in the legal community. The firm is known for its tradition of honesty and integrity, as well as the ability to achieve positive results in cases ranging from complex civil litigation to white collar crime investigations. GRGB has earned respect for passionate representation of their clients’ rights. The firm has been recognized in The Best Lawyers in America and has been named Super Lawyers and Rising Stars by Law & Politics. GRGB attorneys have served as Presidents of the State Bar of Wisconsin and the Milwaukee Bar Association as well as Chairmen of sections and divisions. For more information on GRGB and its lawyers, please visit www.grgblaw.com.
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