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Franczek Radelet Attorneys Named in Law & Politic's Illinois Super Lawyers

Law & Politics
January 26, 2010
Chicago, IL

The law firm of Franczek Radelet is pleased to announce several of its attorneys have been recognized in Law & Politics’ 2010 edition of Illinois Super Lawyers.  Super Lawyers selects only 5 percent of all lawyers in the State of Illinois for inclusion in its annual list.  Partner James C. Franczek, Jr. was also named among the Top 100 attorneys in the state as a result of receiving among the highest point totals during the Illinois Super Lawyers review process.

The Franczek Radelet attorneys named Super Lawyers are as follows.

Employment & Labor Law

James C. Franczek, Jr.
Ronald J. Hein, Jr.
David P. Radelet
Sally J. Scott 
Michael A. Warner, Jr.

Employee Benefits/ERISA

Michael I. Richardson

Schools & Education Law

J. Todd Faulkner
Michael J. Hernandez
Darcy L. Kriha
Paul A. Millichap
John A. Relias
Patricia J. Whitten
The following Franczek Radelet attorneys were named to the Super Lawyers “Rising Stars” list as the leading up-and-coming attorneys in the State of Illinois.

Employment & Labor

Amy Moor Gaylord 
Jeffrey S. Nowak
William R. Pokorny
Staci Ketay Rotman

Schools & Education

Dana Fattore Crumley

Law & Politics selects Super Lawyers based on a multi-step process including, a state-wide survey, internal searches, an initial evaluation of candidates, peer evaluations by practice area and a final selection.  Polling, research and selection are performed by Law & Politics, a division of Key Professional Media, Inc.  For more information, visit www.superlawyers.com.

Franczek Radelet P.C. was established in 1994 when 12 attorneys came together to form the Chicago boutique law firm.  The firm, now nearly 50 attorneys, focuses exclusively on representing management in all aspects of labor and employment law and employee benefits matters in both the private and public sectors.  The firm also represents educational institutions in all aspects of education law.