Nine attorneys from Denver-based Sheridan Ross P.C. were selected for inclusion in Super Lawyers 2021 list and another three attorneys were named Rising Stars as part of the publication’s annual ranking. Among this year’s Super Lawyers honorees are Scott Bialecki, Todd Blakely, Rob Brunelli, Gary Connell, Joe Kovarik, Bruce Kugler, Sarah Schneider, Sabrina Stavish and Miriam Trudell. The publication also named James Burke, David Kellis, and Kendria Pearson to its annual Rising Stars List.
“We greatly appreciate that our peers rank our firm and attorneys among Colorado’s Super Lawyers and Rising Stars,” said Sheridan Ross President and Shareholder Matt Ellsworth. “The most important thing for our attorneys is doing great work with and for our clients, but it’s nice when those efforts are recognized in the community.”
Super Lawyers® is a service of the Thomson Reuters, Legal Division. Each year, the research team at Super Lawyers® undertakes a rigorous multi-phase selection process that includes a statewide survey of lawyers, independent evaluation of candidates by the attorney-led research staff, a peer review of candidates by practice area and a good-standing and disciplinary check. Super Lawyers® can be found online at www.superlawyers.com.
Founded in 1954, Sheridan Ross is the oldest and largest intellectual property law firm in the Rocky Mountain region and has grown to include 41 attorneys and three patent agents. From individuals, inventors and entrepreneurs to the world’s largest corporations, we believe that the extraordinary effort to innovate should be matched by the strength of protection. With advanced degrees and work experience in technical fields including computer software, biochemistry, pharmaceuticals, mathematics, chemistry, biochemistry, genetics and aeronautics – we are engineers, researchers, rocket scientists and so much more. Working with clients from virtually every industry and technology, we’re known for our ability to deliver relevant, cost-effective solutions to a broad range of IP legal needs.