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Lerch Early Lawyers Named to 2013 Super Lawyers Business Edition List

Super Lawyers Business Edition

Multiple Lerch Early attorneys have been selected for inclusion in the national Super Lawyers Business Edition 2013. This annual national listing of top attorneys serves as a go-to guide to attorneys in business and transactions; construction, real estate and environmental; employment; intellectual property; and business litigation.

The attorneys listed are:

  • Robby Brewer - Construction, Real Estate & Environmental (Land Use/Zoning)
  • Bob Harris - Construction, Real Estate & Environmental  (Land Use/Zoning)
  • Bill Kominers - Construction, Real Estate & Environmental  (Land Use/Zoning)
  • Brad McCullough - Litigation (Business Litigation)
  • Stan Reed - Litigation (Criminal Defense: White Collar)
  • Steve Robins - Construction, Real Estate & Environmental  (Land Use/Zoning)
  • Stacy Silber - Construction, Real Estate & Environmental  (Land Use/Zoning)
  • Rick Vernon - Employment (Employment & Labor)

The complete list may be found at Super Lawyers Business Edition 2013. Lerch, Early & Brewer is a full-service law firm located in Bethesda, Maryland that gives clients “ideas that work.” The firm’s attorneys practice in the areas of business law, commercial lending, community associations, elder law, employment, estates, family law, health care, land use, litigation, real estate, and taxation. For more information, visit


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