Houston Attorney Randy McClanahan Earns Spot Among America's Top Business Litigation Attorneys

Mon Mar 24, 2008 11:02am EDT

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  HOUSTON, TX, Mar 24 (MARKET WIRE) -- 
 Houston trial lawyer Randy McClanahan has earned a spot as one of the
country's top business litigators in the April 2008 issue of Super Lawyers
Corporate Counsel Edition.

    Mr. McClanahan regularly represents companies and business executives in a
variety of business disputes. During more than 30 years of practice, Mr.
McClanahan has built a well-deserved reputation as one of the country's leading
courtroom lawyers for companies of all sizes.

    Attorneys featured in Super Lawyers Corporate Counsel Edition previously
were
included in their individual state's Super Lawyers listing. Mr. McClanahan
has been recognized in the Texas Super Lawyers list each year since its
inception in 2003.

    "My goal is to help maneuver the ever-changing legal landscape for my
business clients," says Mr. McClanahan. "I am honored to be included in this
remarkable group of attorneys, and I believe this recognition points to the good
this firm does for our clients."

    Super Lawyers selections are based on peer nominations submitted by more
than
70,000 attorneys across the state. A blue-ribbon panel of attorneys assists
Super
Lawyers editors with final selections, and fewer than 5 percent of the
attorneys in Texas are chosen for the honor each year.

    Mr. McClanahan's practice focuses on complex commercial litigation, patent
litigation and class actions. He is licensed to practice in Texas and
Louisiana, and tries cases throughout the United States.

    For more information about Mr. McClanahan's inclusion in the 2008 Super
Lawyers
Corporate Counsel Edition, contact Mike Androvett at 800.559.4534 or
mike@androvett.com.

    

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