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Super Lawyers: Burch & Cracchiolo

The law firm of Burch & Cracchiolo, P.A. announced that 19 attorneys have been selected by Southwest Super Lawyers as top attorneys

in Arizona for 2015. Fifteen attorneys have been recognized as Southwest Super Lawyers and four have attained the title of Super Lawyers Rising Stars.

Burch & Cracchiolo’s 2015 Southwest Super Lawyers include:

• Daniel Cracchiolo, Business Litigation

• Edwin C. Bull, Land Use/Zoning

• Andrew Abraham, Real Estate

• Brian Kaven, Personal Injury Defense-General

• Clare H. Abel, Real Estate

• Edwin D. Fleming, Business Litigation

• Ian Neale, Personal Injury Defense: General

• Bryan F. Murphy, Business Litigation

• Martha C. Patrick, Tax

• Ralph D. Harris, Commercial Litigation

• Susanne E. Ingold, Employment Litigation

• Steven M. Serrano, Family Law

• David M. Villadolid, Labor & Employment Law

• Todd A. Julian, Personal Injury Plaintiff-General

• Wendi A. Sorensen, Personal Injury Defense-General

The 2015 Rising Stars include:

• Casey S. Blais, Business Litigation

• Melissa Iyer Julian, Business Litigation

• Tonya K. Macbeth, Family Law

• Laura J. Meyer, Business Litigation

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Blais heads Bar's Young Lawyers Division

Burch & Cracchiolo associate attorney, Casey S. Blais, has begun serving his year-long term as president of the Maricopa County Bar Association Young Lawyers Division.  The term runs through December 31, 2014.  The mission of the MCBA Young Lawyers Division is to involve young and new lawyers in serving the community and enriching the profession while focusing on the specific needs of young and new lawyers

Blais practices in the areas of commercial litigation, real estate law, landlord/tenant disputes, and insurance defense / personal injury litigation. He regularly represents individuals, lenders, developers, and other private and public entities. Casey received his J.D. from the Arizona State University Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law in 2008. Prior to law school, Casey attended Brigham Young University where he double majored in Linguistics and Economics. He is admitted to practice in Arizona and the United States District Court for the District of Arizona.