Local lawyers named as Super Lawyers

2014-08-17T00:00:00Z Local lawyers named as Super Lawyers The Billings Gazette
August 17, 2014 12:00 am

Several Moulton Bellingham attorneys were recently honored in the 2014 Mountain States Super Lawyers. Gerry Fagan, an experienced shareholder at the firm, was selected as a Super Lawyer for his work in personal-injury products and medical malpractice, as well as general personal injury. Andy Forsythe, also one of Moulton Bellingham’s experienced litigators, was honored as a Super Lawyer in the areas of civil litigation, employment and labor, and construction litigation. Shareholders Doug James and John Jones were both selected as Super Lawyers in the area of real estate. In addition, Jones was recognized for his health care and tax work. James was further selected as a Super Lawyer in the areas of bankruptcy and business litigation. Jerry Murphy, who is of counsel with Moulton Bellingham, was recognized for his work in personal-injury products, business litigation, and aviation and aerospace. Michele Braukmann, also a shareholder litigator at the firm, was selected as a Super Lawyer for civil, employment and business litigation. Shareholders Mike Begley and Jeff Sorenson were both honored as Mountain States Rising Stars. Begley was recognized for his general and business litigation work. Sorenson was honored as a Rising Star in the areas of closely held business, real estate and estate planning and probate.

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