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Eight Loeb & Loeb Attorneys Named 2016 Illinois Super Lawyers and Eight Named Illinois Rising Stars

Loeb & Loeb is pleased to announce that eight attorneys based in the firm’s Chicago office have been selected by Thomson Reuters for inclusion in the 2016 list of “Illinois Super Lawyers.” Eight of the firm’s attorneys were selected as “Illinois Rising Stars,” a distinction given to top, up-and-coming lawyers who are either 40 years of age or younger, or who have been practicing law for ten or fewer years.

Loeb & Loeb’s 2016 “Illinois Super Lawyers” include: Andrew DeVooght (Business and Appellate Litigation), Daniel Frohling (Intellectual Property and General Litigation), Thomas P. Jirgal (Intellectual Property and Intellectual Property Litigation), Adam G. Kelly (Intellectual Property and Intellectual Property Litigation), Jeremy D. Margolis (Criminal Defense: White Collar and Business Litigation), Douglas N. Masters (Intellectual Property, Intellectual Property Litigation and Media and Advertising), Nerissa Coyle McGinn (Intellectual Property and Media and Advertising) and Andrew R. Smith (Intellectual Property).

Loeb & Loeb’s 2016 “Illinois Rising Stars” include: Amir Azaran (Intellectual Property and Media and Advertising), Nathan J. Hole (Media and Advertising, Intellectual Property and Entertainment and Sports), Melaina D. Jobs (Intellectual Property), Seth A. Rose (Media and Advertising, Entertainment & Sports, Intellectual Property), Emily H. Stone (Criminal Defense: White Collar, Business Litigation and Business/Corporate), Jonathan B. Thielbar (Intellectual Property), William J. Voller III (Intellectual Property Litigation and Intellectual Property) and Arthur T. Yuan (Intellectual Property).

Selections for Super Lawyers are made through the independent research of Thomson Reuters. The multi-phase selection process includes a statewide survey of lawyers, independent evaluation of candidates by the attorney-led research staff and a peer review. Up to 5 percent of the lawyers in a state may be named to Super Lawyers, but no more than 2.5 percent are named to Rising Stars. For more information, visit