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Milwaukee, Wisconsin – Kerkman Wagner & Dunn, one of the premier complex litigation firms in Wisconsin, announced today that U.S. News and Best Lawyers has recognized them in its “Best Law Firms” rankings in the categories of commercial, antitrust, and securities litigation.

The firm will be featured in the 2017 edition of “Best Law Firms,” published by U.S. News and Best Lawyers, a peer-review publication in the legal profession.

To achieve “Best Law Firms” status, Kerkman Wagner & Dunn underwent a rigorous evaluation process among 12,762 firms that included client and lawyer feedback, peer review, expertise, integrity, and cost-effectiveness. To be eligible, a firm must already have one lawyer included in Best Lawyers.

“We are honored to receive this award,” said K. Scott Wagner, senior partner. “With the relentless pressure on large, full-service firms to reduce costs, Kerkman Wagner & Dunn is in a strong position to provide trial expertise efficiently, without the overhead of large firms,” Wagner said. “U.S. News and Best Lawyers set a very high bar. We are grateful for the positive response from our clients, and from our colleagues in the legal profession.”

 

About Kerkman Wagner & Dunn

The entire focus of the Kerkman Wagner & Dunn is litigation. Its small size enables the firm to operate in an open, accessible, and fast-moving atmosphere that promotes progressive thinking and a creative approach to meeting the needs of clients. Wagner’s clients span a wide range of size and complexity from Fortune 500 companies to a local retailer. Along the way, Kerkman Wagner & Dunn has gained a reputation as a highly professional, high integrity, service-oriented legal team. It has been awarded an AV-rating, the highest ranking for Wisconsin trial attorneys.

Kerkman Wagner & Dunn focuses on antitrust, securities, consumer, employment, and class action litigation. The firm has litigated successfully for clients in Wisconsin, throughout the United States.

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