Clement & Wheatley announced this week that seven attorneys have been recognized in the December issue of Virginia Business magazine as being among Virginia’s” Legal Elite.”
That distinction was given to Glenn Pulley, Harry Sakellaris, Michael Guanzon, Ted Hodges Jr., Hunter Byrnes, Darren Bentley and Rachael Sanford, according to a news release from the company.
The “Legal Elite” designation is determined by a peer survey.
“As attorneys, it is gratifying to receive recognition from our peers that we provide high quality legal services,” said Sakellaris, Clement & Wheatley’s chairman, in the release. “Selection to be among the Virginia ‘Legal Elite’ provides such recognition and validation.”
» Pulley was selected in the practice area of construction law.
» Sakellaris was honored in the practice area of taxes/estates/trusts/elder law.
» Guanzon has been honored in several practice areas throughout his career, this year in the area of business law.
» Hodges’ was recognized by Virginia Magazine in the area of real estate/land use.
» Byrnes has been recognized as “Legal Elite” for the sixth consecutive year, this year in the area of civil litigation.
» Bentley’s practice focuses on bankruptcy, creditors’ rights and civil litigation. He has been recognized as “Legal Elite” in the area of bankruptcy law this year and in years past.
» Sanford was recognized in the area of family/domestic relations.