Lori Keeton Recognized In 2020 Best Lawyers in America©

United States, North Carolina, Charlotte – 08-21-2019 (PRDistribution.com) — The 2020 edition of The Best Lawyers in America© has recognized Lori Keeton for her work in four separate areas: Municipal Law, Municipal Litigation, Commercial Litigation and Personal Injury Litigation Defense.

Best Lawyers is the oldest and most respected peer review publication in the legal profession. “Best Lawyers was founded in 1981 with the purpose of recognizing extraordinary lawyers in private practice through an exhaustive peer-review process. Almost 40 years later, we are proud to continue to serve as the most reliable, unbiased guide to legal talent worldwide,” says Phil Greer, CEO of Best Lawyers.  Attorneys are not allowed to pay any fee to participate or be listed. For the 2020 edition, 8.3 million votes were analyzed and only approximately 5% of lawyers in private practice in the United States were selected.Ms. Keeton has been practicing civil litigation since 1998. She has defended numerous police officers and public officials in various claims of constitutional violations in federal and state courts. In addition, she assists businesses in analyzing their litigation risks and adopting appropriate plans to mitigate such risks. Ms. Keeton was honored to receive the same recognition from The Best Lawyers in America© in 2018 and 2019 in the areas of Municipal Law and Municipal Litigation.

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Company Name: Law Offices of Lori Keeton
Full Name: Lori Keeton
Phone: 704.887.5219
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Website: www.lorikeetonlaw.com

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