Attorney Andrew Henson Selected to 2019 Super Lawyers® Rising Stars℠

Attorney Andrew Henson has proven himself a valuable member of our team. He has dedicated the majority of his practice to employment litigation representation on behalf of plaintiffs, and he has already begun forming a history of great successes for our clients.

In recognition of his legal excellence, Attorney Andrew Henson has been selected as a 2019 Super Lawyers® Rising Stars℠ member! This tremendous honor marks his second consecutive year earning this title, having also been chosen in 2018.

To become a Super Lawyers® member, an attorney must be considered outstanding after a rigorous selection process. Super Lawyers® uses a patented, multistep system for choosing annual members. Client nominations, peer reviews, case results, pro bono work, and even a Blue Ribbon Panel examination are all used to select yearly finalists and members.

Rising Stars℠ uses the same selection process as Super Lawyers® but with an added caveat: each member must either be under the age of 40, or have less than 10 years of practice experience. This extra requirement makes it so the title is granted to legal professionals who truly are on-the-rise in their fields. By the time a yearly membership selection concludes, no more than 2.5% of all practicing attorneys in each state can be named as Rising Stars℠ members.

From all of us at Kornbluth Ginsberg Law Group, P.A., we would like to congratulate Attorney Andrew Henson and thank everyone who helped make this achievement possible. We show sincere appreciation to all of our clients. Thanks to your decisions to put your employment law cases in our hands, Attorney Henson and the rest of our team have been able to continually improve upon our practice and refine our skills as litigators.

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