Erise IP is pleased to announce that Missouri & Kansas Super Lawyers has recognized seven of its shareholders in its latest annual guide.

The guide, which is published by Thomson Reuters, named Adam SeitzEric BureshJennifer Bailey, Marshall Honeyman, Michelle Marriott, Jason Mudd and Megan Redmond as Super Lawyers.

Redmond is listed by Super Lawyers for the first time after being recognized on the Rising Stars list from 2011 to 2018. She was recognized for Intellectual Property Litigation.

Seitz has been honored for 11 straight years (eight by Super Lawyers and three on the Rising Stars list) in Intellectual Property. For Buresh and Honeyman, it’s their eighth and third years straight, respectively.

In Intellectual Property Litigation, it marks the seventh straight year for Mudd, the third consecutive for Marriott and the second straight for Bailey that they were included on the Super Lawyers list .

Up to 5 percent of attorneys in each state are named as Super Lawyers, and up to 2.5 percent are named Rising Stars. The selection process includes peer nominations, third-party research and an evaluation by a panel of attorneys.

The lists, which are published nationwide in Super Lawyers magazines and in leading city and regional magazines and newspapers across the country, serve as a resource for attorneys and consumers seeking legal counsel.

Super Lawyers 

Eric Buresh, 2013-2020, Rising Stars 2009
Intellectual Property

Jennifer Bailey, 2019-2020, Rising Stars 2010 – 2016
Intellectual Property, Intellectual Property Litigation

Marshall Honeyman, 2005, 2018-2020
Intellectual Property

Michelle Marriott, 2017-2020
Intellectual Property Litigation

Jason Mudd, 2016-2020, Rising Stars 2014 – 2015
Intellectual Property Litigation

Megan Redmond, 2020, Rising Stars 2011-2018
Intellectual Property Litigation

Adam Seitz, 2013-2020, Rising Stars 2010 – 2012
Intellectual Property