Seyferth Blumenthal & Harris LLC (SBH) would like to congratulate members Paul Seyferth, Michael Blumenthal, Kimberly Jones, and Charlie Harris, Jr. for being named to The Best Lawyers in America© 2019, a highly regarded U.S. News and World Report-sponsored peer review guide honoring legal professionals. Each of these lawyers has received this honor for multiple consecutive years.
Recognition by Best Lawyers is based entirely on peer review. The organization’s methodology is “designed to capture, as accurately as possible, the consensus opinion of leading lawyers about the professional abilities of their colleagues within the same geographical area and legal practice area.”
A person receives recognition from Best Lawyers for his or her talent in the legal industry.
The founding member of SBH, Seyferth was honored for a 13th consecutive year. His more than 30 years in law practice includes experience in high-stakes and high-profile employment, healthcare, and business litigation. He was recognized by Best Lawyers in the fields of Employment Law – Management, Labor Law – Management, and Litigation – Labor and Employment.
Blumenthal also appeared in Best Lawyers for a 13th straight year, in the fields of Employment Law – Management and Litigation – Labor and Employment. His legal career has been devoted to representing management in workplace legal issues and representing businesses in high-stakes business litigation.
Jones made the list for a 10th consecutive year. The managing member at SBH since 2016, she is an employment trial lawyer representing companies, not-for-profit organizations, and higher education institutions in federal and state courts and before AAA and labor arbitration panels. She was recognized by Best Lawyers in the areas of Employment Law – Management, Labor Law – Management, and Litigation – Labor and Employment.
In Best Lawyers for a fourth year in a row, Harris was honored in 2019 in the area of Employment Law – Management. He has a national practice focusing on representation of corporations, non-profit entities, corporate officers and directors, and municipalities against claims of disability, race, gender, sex and age discrimination, sexual harassment, and wage and hour and collective actions.