Managing Partner Bryan Tramont Named to Top 100 in 2019 Washington, DC Super Lawyers

Wilkinson Barker Knauer LLP (WBK) proudly announces that Managing Partner Bryan Tramont has been named to the Top 100 in the 2019 Washington, DC Super Lawyers list. Bryan has been named to Super Lawyers lists each year from 2011 through 2019, including the Top 100 each year from 2014 through 2019, and the Top 10 in 2016.

WBK is also pleased to announce that 21 other attorneys have been named 2019 Super Lawyers: Jonathan Cohen (Washington, DC; Communications, Mergers & Acquisitions), Ray Gifford (Colorado; Utilities, Communications, Administrative Law, Environmental), Russ Hanser (Washington, DC; Communications), Chuck Keller (Washington, DC; Communications, Administrative Law), Adam Krinsky (Washington, DC; Communications), Matthew Larson (Colorado; Energy & Natural Resources, Utilities, Environmental), Howard Liberman (Washington, DC; Communications, Media and Advertising), Bill Maher (Washington, DC; Communications, Administrative Law), Phil Marchesiello (Washington, DC; Communications, Technology Transactions), Larry Movshin (Washington, DC; Communications, Business/Corporate, Professional Liability), Brian Murray (Washington, DC; Communications), David Oxenford (Washington, DC; Communications, Intellectual Property), Adam Peters (Colorado; Communications, Energy & Natural Resources), Natalie Roisman (Washington, DC; Communications), Phil Roselli (Colorado; Business Litigation, Communications, Utilities), Ken Satten (Washington, DC; Communications), Paul Sinderbrand (Washington, DC; Communications), David Solomon (Washington, DC; Communications), M. Anne Swanson (Washington, DC; Communications), Cheryl Tritt (Washington, DC; Communications, Business Litigation, International), and Mark Wiranowski (Washington, DC; Utilities, Business/Corporate).

Super Lawyers is a rating service of outstanding lawyers from more than 70 practice areas who have attained a high-degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. The selection process includes independent research, peer nominations and peer evaluations with up to five percent of the lawyers in each state named Super Lawyers.