Related Professionals: Kenneth E. Broughton Julie A. Hardin Gary C. Johnson Stan Perry Robert R. Riddle Stephen Scheve Mark D. Temple Chris Watt

September 8, 2015 – Nine lawyers in the Houston office of Reed Smith LLP earned 2015 recognition from Super Lawyers.

The attorneys selected as 2015 Texas “Super Lawyers” are Kenneth E. Broughton, Jr., Business Litigation; Julie A. Hardin, Products Liability – Products: Defense; Gary C. Johnson, Energy & Resources; Stan Perry, Environmental Litigation; Robert R. Riddle, Intellectual Property Litigation; Stephen E. Scheve, Products Liability – Products: Defense; Mark D. Temple, Employment Litigation: Defense; Chris Watt, Civil Litigation: Defense; and Marlen D. Whitley, Mergers & Acquisitions. This is Riddle’s first selection as a “Super Lawyer”; the eight remaining lawyers all have been recognized previously.

The lawyers will be included in the October 2015 Texas Super Lawyers Magazine. They will also be featured in the October 2015 issue of Texas Monthly, which reaches more than 2.7 million readers.

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