PR for People Monthly MAY 2017 - Page 28

Marc Lamber formed the Plaintiff Personal Injury Practice at Fennemore Craig, and he has spent the last 25 plus years developing and honing it, representing a multitude of accident victims and their families resulting in hundreds of successful jury trials, arbitrations, mediations and settlements. A father of two boys, Lamber is committed to and involved in pro-bono legal reform aimed at protecting the rights of children and innocent victims, and most recently, he has spearheaded the firm’s head injury awareness  campaign, as well as Stop Distracted Drivers initiative.”

James Goodnow is a member of Fennemore Craig’s five-person Management Committee, and at 35-years-of-age, this peerless Millennial is the youngest member to ever be nominated for this group in the firm’s 131-year history. Last year, Goodnow was featured on the cover of The American Lawyer for a special issue spotlighting how Millennials in leadership roles are now changing the face of the legal industry. Goodnow also chairs the firm’s Diversity and Retention Council, and after being personally affected by kidney disease, he formed The Kidney Challenge, which helps to bring awareness to this often “silent killer.” This grassroots health initiative currently has 26,000 global followers. Active in the community and married with two young children, every year he handles countless cases on behalf of victims pro-bono.”

Submitted by Terence J. Murnin

“A good lawyer should truly act in the client's best interests, and that is why I believe Perry Pirsch should be recognized as a superior attorney. Perry has provided both business and personal advocacy for my family, and has always made me feel as though he's really on my side--not just hoping to make the big bucks. Perry also works fast and efficiently, which is a boon for a small business like mine.”

Submitted by Kindra Foster

Phoenix, Arizona

Lincoln, Nebraska