Rouse Frets White Goss Gentile Rhodes selected as Highly Recommended Kansas firm by Benchmark Litigation

By October 7, 2019 October 9th, 2019 Awards and Accomplishments

Leawood, Kan. – October 7, 2019 – Benchmark Litigation, described as “the definitive guide to the market’s leading firms and lawyers,” recently released its 2020 rankings, selecting Rouse Frets White Goss Gentile Rhodes as a Highly Recommended Kansas law firm.

Rouse Frets joins just two other firms in this notable list of Highly Recommended firms. The Benchmark analysis states the firm is “recognized for its litigation capabilities,” with one client stating, “They are very good at what they do. They take a level of ‘ownership’ of the issues. We feel they are always acting in our best interest.”

Benchmark Litigation’s full analysis of the firm can be found here.

Now in its 12th year of publication, Benchmark exclusively covers the litigation and disputes market in North America, covering the US, Canada and Mexico. The original publication, Benchmark Litigation—the definitive guide to America’s leading litigation firms and attorneys—is the only publication to focus exclusively on U.S. litigation. Since the brand’s inception in 2008, which then focused solely on the U.S. commercial litigation market, the Benchmark line of publications now includes coverage of the Canadian and Mexican litigation markets.

About the firm:

Rouse Frets White Goss Gentile Rhodes, P.C. offers sophisticated representation in several subject areas. The firm’s litigation teams have a national reach with collective career experience in cases in more than 40 states and eight federal circuits including over 500 bench and jury trials. For more information, visit www.rousepc.com.

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