Kutak Rock Attorneys Receive Recognition by Chambers USA and Super Lawyers
Wichita, Kan., (May 23, 2014)—The 2014 Chambers USA guide to the best law firms and lawyers recognizes Alan Rupe, Wichita Partner and Chair of Kutak’s National Employment Practice Group, with its highest ranking in the area of Labor and Employment.
Based on in-depth interviews with clients and peers, Chambers USA ranks Alan Rupe in Band 1, the highest possible ranking. Kutak Rock’s Employment Practice Group is ranked in Band 2. Alan Rupe is also selected to the 2014 Missouri & Kansas Super Lawyers® list, an honor reserved for those lawyers who exhibit excellence in practice.
Kutak Rock attorneys Jason D. Stitt, Jessica L. Skladzien and Mark Kanaga are selected to the 2014 Missouri & Kansas Rising Stars list, an honor reserved for those lawyers who exhibit excellence in practice.
These attorneys are part of Kutak Rock’s Employment Practices Group which provides employer counseling and representation; FLSA collective actions, state wage and hour class actions; defense of discrimination, harassment and retaliation claims; employment arbitrations; immigration; and a variety of labor matters including advice on union-sponsored corporate campaigns.
About Alan L. Rupe Alan L. Rupe is managing partner of the Wichita office and chairs Kutak Rock’s National Employment Practice Group. He is a seasoned trial lawyer, with focus on class and collective actions and employment litigation.
About Kutak Rock LLP Kutak Rock LLP is a national law firm of more than 500 lawyers with 16 offices from coast to coast. The firm serves local, regional and national clients in business and corporate law, public finance, litigation and real estate law, with numerous areas of specialization. Kutak Rock attorneys work together in well-integrated, national practice groups to maintain and enhance their technical expertise and to reinforce and support one another in achieving client objectives.
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