Leawood, Kan. – November 7, 2019 – Rouse Frets White Goss Gentile Rhodes has once again been recognized in national and regional rankings from Best Law Firms, a collaboration between Best Lawyers in America and U.S. News & World Report. In this edition, the firm received 1 national ranking and 17 metro rankings.
Rankings are compiled for major metropolitan areas across the United States; the evaluation process includes feedback from clients, law firm data and reviews from attorneys listed in Best Lawyers in America. Ranked law ﬁrms, presented in three tiers, are listed on a national and regional-based scale. Firms that received a tier designation reﬂect the high level of respect a ﬁrm can earn among other leading lawyers and clients in the same communities and practice areas.
For the 2020 U.S. News & World Report edition, the firm was ranked across a variety of practice areas, with two new rankings added this year: Tier 1/Bet-the-Company Litigation and Tier 3/Employee Benefits.
Tier 3 Land Use & Zoning Law
Tier 1 Arbitration
Tier 1 Bet-the-Company Litigation
Tier 1 Commercial Litigation
Tier 1 Construction Law
Tier 1 Litigation – Real Estate
Tier 1 Mediation
Tier 1 Land Use & Zoning Law
Tier 1 Real Estate Law
Tier 2 Corporate Law
Tier 2 Real Estate Law
Tier 2 Trusts & Estates Law
Tier 2 Municipal Law
The final results are available online.
About the firm:
Rouse Frets White Goss Gentile Rhodes combines highly focused practice groups in a client-focused law firm. The firm works with individuals, small businesses and large companies in the Kansas City area and on a regional and nationwide basis. Its attorneys have the experience, knowledge, and skill to engineer favorable solutions in efficient and effective ways.
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