THE FIRM This six-attorney civil litigation boutique retains a good reputation in the state, attracting marquee names such as Walmart and BNSF Railway. Its broad offering covers, among other things, professional malpractice, product liability, contracts, employment, insurance, construction and energy.
KEY INDIVIDUALS George Powers is an "extremely bright attorney, and has a really good legal mind," according to sources. His litigation practice sees him tackle trial and appellate work with aplomb, including notable medical malpractice matters.
John Sundahl is commended as "a very good trial lawyer, who is very good and comfortable in front of a jury," according to sources. His principal areas of practice include medical malpractice and personal injury.
Paul Kapp is a recognized name who is said by sources to be a pleasure to work with. He is active in areas including product liability and personal injury.
Kay Bestol is an impressively smart lawyer who does well for her clients. Her practice includes insurance defense and professional liability.
Raymond Martin represents a sound choice of counsel in general commercial litigation. His previous experience at a construction company makes him a go-to for construction disputes.