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About Beth Taylor

Beth Taylor came on board as a senior editor for Super Lawyers in 2003, and has won a number of awards for headline-writing and editing. Previously, she was an editor and covered courts for The Orlando Sentinel. She has written travel books, including Around Seattle With Kids, and travel guides for Frommer’s and Fodor’s. Her travel writing has appeared in the Chicago Tribune, the San Francisco Chronicle, and many others. Beth has a B.A. in communications/journalism and a master’s degree in political science.

Articles Written by Beth Taylor

Dominion Voting Systems Employee Sues Trump Supporters for Defamation

Texas lawyer Steve Skarnulis says his client is in hiding after death threats

Coming to America

Houston attorney Charles Foster explains how to help a family member immigrate to the U.S.

With a Little Luck

Trial superstitions might or might not help—but they can’t hurt

Monument Maker

Charles Foster has seen to it that memories of George H.W. Bush, James Baker and LBJ are set …

250 Films of Quarantine

Seattle attorney and cinephile Bob Cumbow shares his movie list

Woman Settles With State of Washington Over Foster Abuse

She was assaulted for many years by the man in whose care she was placed

Pagliacci Pizza Settles Class Action With Drivers

Terrell Marshall Law Group negotiated $3.75 million settlement

How to Make Your Home Renovation a Success

Seattle construction attorney Joshua Lane offers tips to help your project go smoothly

Rolling Art

Stan Beck has been collecting and racing cars since he was 12

Discrimination Suit Can Proceed Against Contra Costa DA's Office

San Francisco firms Nichols Law and Ratner Molineaux are representing 5 women deputy DAs

When and How to Declare Bankruptcy

California lawyer Michael Malter explains your options

Legal Community Mourns Legendary Pensacola Attorney Fred Levin

Attorney with ‘the heart of a champion’ led groundbreaking case against big tobacco

The Adoption Option

Florida attorney Erica Healey on opening your home to a child

M.D. J.D.

Dr. Bradley I. Kramer sides with patients in med-mal cases

Tribute to Reminger Partner Donald J. Moracz

Beloved partner-in-charge of Sandusky office practiced law for three decades

Police Killing Leads to Changes in Columbus, Ohio

Dayton attorney Michael Wright and team negotiated a $10 million settlement

Keeping a Home Renovation on Track

Ohio attorney James T. Dixon offers suggestions for a successful project

Divorcing in the Military

Ohio attorney Dalma Grandjean discusses ending a marriage when one partner is a service member

Interstate Divorce

Ohio attorney Dalma Grandjean says complications may arise when soon-to-be-exes live in different …

Tribute to 'Lion of the Bar' Stephen Susman

Founder of Susman Godfrey pioneered boutique and contingency law

How to Avoid Losing Your Home in the Time of COVID-19

Washington state rushes to protect renters from eviction

Landing a Refund for Flights Canceled from COVID-19

Airlines have been ordered to issue full refunds—not just vouchers—for …

If I Could Change One Thing About Immigration Policy

Three lawyers submit to direct questioning

When Fences Get in the Way

Settling property disputes in Washington state

Coping Skills: COVID-19 Lockdown

Northern California lawyers talk about adjusting to the new normal

Lawsuit Targets Princess Cruises Over Coronavirus Cases

San Francisco lawyers Mary Alexander and Elizabeth Cabraser seek class action

Trial by COVID-19

Despite lockdowns, courtroom health scares and two delays in a trial with a pandemic as the …

When the Government Needs Your Land

Northern California property owners are in a good bargaining position for eminent domain …

There's a Way for a Will

Even in the midst of the COVID-19 crisis, it’s not too late to do your estate planning

Suit Targets Florida Utility in Water Main Outage

Adam Moskowitz says thousands of Fort Lauderdale businesses were affected

Cruise Lawsuit Raises Liability Question

Miami attorney Keith Brais says cruise operators should be responsible for employees’ actions

Guidelines for Renting a Home in Florida

Being prepared before you sign a lease can prevent problems later

The Audacity of a HOPE Scholar

Stacey Evans is still looking for ways to lower the ladder

How to Avoid Price-Gouging During the COVID-19 Crisis

Ohio attorneys on what consumers need to know during the pandemic

Avoiding Foreclosure in the Time of COVID-19

Ohio consumer attorneys offer advice to those unemployed because of coronavirus

Tribute to Cincinnati Icon Steven R. Adams

The well-known criminal defense attorney stood out both in court and at Ironman triathlons

Austin Mourns Passing of Phil Durst

‘Texas Treasure’ Dies at Age 63

First Amendment Fray in San Francisco

Two SF attorneys champion a freelance journalist whose home was raided after he refused to name …

Trial Superstitions

Four trial lawyers find that a little luck never hurt

Gentleman Driver

Five weekends a year, look for Ed Hugo on the racetrack

Court: Stepfather still a dad after divorce

Seattle attorney Matthew Bergman argued that the parent-child relationship—not the …

Seattle Police Officer Claims Camp Cleanup Ruined His Health

Attorney Lincoln Beauregard says the city should have known about the risk of contamination at a …

Legal Community Mourns the Passing of Talbot “Sandy” D’Alemberte

The Tallahassee lawyer’s legacy includes service as president of the ABA and of FSU, and …

The Survivor

How Aurora McCreary’s life and career prepared her for the CBS reality show

The Public Defender Bug

Why 19 years in the PD’s office didn’t burn out Lauri Brenner

Class Action Hastens MLB’s Extension of Safety Netting

Texas attorney Bob Hilliard calls suit ‘the crack in the dam’

Houston’s Mark Lanier Wins $4.7 Billion Verdict in Talcum Case

The largest jury award in the U.S. this year went against Johnson & Johnson 

VW Settlement Money Earmarked to Battle Climate Change

The $1.4 billion comes from a $14.7 billion payout negotiated in 2016 by San Francisco’s …

Nevertheless, She Persisted

Fern Steiner brings her labor law tenacity to two local boards

(R)IP Address

What happens to our e-pulse after death? Estate planning Anne Coventry is on the case

Ohio Fertility Clinic Hit With Lawsuits Over Destroyed Embryos

Storage tank alarm did not warn of rising temperature

Custody Battle

Family law attorney Andrew Zashin asks the 6th Circuit to bring consistency to cases involving …

Custody Clarification

Cleveland family law attorney Andrew Zashin gets a 6th Circuit ruling that brings …

Robert Hilliard Cries Foul Against Major League Baseball

The Texas attorney is handling a lawsuit that would force ball clubs to do more to protect …

Policyholders Accuse Insurer of Underpaying Their Claims

San Francisco insurance-coverage lawyer Ivo Labar is spearheading a class action against The …

'Adopt-a-Nazi' Program Takes on White Supremacists

San Francisco attorney Cody Harris turned to GoFundMe to counteract a planned extremist rally  

Steve Berman: Putting the Brakes on Alleged Emissions Cheating

The Seattle heavy-hitter accuses GM of deception similar to that used by Volkswagen

Legal Community Mourns Attorney Who Helped Shape Seattle

Melody McCutcheon’s  projects ranged from Safeco Field to the Yesler Terrace housing …

Florida Legal Community Mourns 'Brilliant' Plaintiff's Litigator

Coral Gables' Ervin Gonzalez 'understood the human condition'

Hilarie Bass: Hitting the Ground Running

The new ABA president is tackling issues ranging from gender equity to fake news

The Riveter

Lisa Sparks opens doors to the law for underprivileged girls

Passing Off Your Passwords When You Pass On

Estate planning in the digital age

Tackling an Epidemic

Cleveland’s Stephen Walters focuses on fighting the opioid crisis

You Don't Have to Live Like a Refugee

The rules affecting refugees and asylum seekers in Florida

Future Lawyer of America

Jessica Palvino has come a long way from walking her cows every morning to walking the halls of the …

Uncle Bill

Robert F. Brennan talks ABOUT consumer law ... and UNCLE William J. Brennan Jr.

Games Over

Bankruptcy lawyer Laura Day DelCotto isn’t playing around when it comes to protecting her clients

A Tale Worth Telling

To Nashville litigator Gail Ashworth, every case is a page-turner

The Accidental Lawyer

Carl Roth has racked up $2.4 billion worth of patent cases—and championed a heroic burn …

Flip the Script

When Luke Ellis gets a case, the first thing he does is tear it apart

‘America’s Lawyer’

Mike Papantonio, law partner of Robert F. Kennedy Jr., says trial lawyers without some rage in …


The Spokane litigator is all about protecting liberties

She Speaks the Language

Kimberly Bessiere Martin could have been a spy but she became fascinated with products liability

The No-Comfort Zone

McCathern business lawyer Jesse Hoffman likes to tackle questions that haven’t already been …

The Atticus of Attica

From rioting prisoners to Black Panthers to animal-rights defenders, Michael E. Deutsch has been on …

From the Barre to the Bar

Rebecca A. Nitkin traded in her pointe shoes for a criminal defense practice

The Candy Man’s Lawyer

John R. Climaco helped Sammy Davis Jr. battle financial failures, negotiated with Cesar Chavez on …

Anything You Can Do, She Can Do Better

Vicki L. Gilliam holds her own fighting for clients like Brandy Nicole Williams and the Ramapough …

Lawyer, Heal Thy Doctor

Oklahoma City’s Linda Scoggins is just what the doctor ordered for her health-care industry …

A Damon Runyon Kind of Practice

Judd Burstein is mum on Fox News, but not on the mob or Don King

The Real Lyon

Mesquite personal injury lawyer Ted Lyon has set his sights on the Koch brothers, the Texas prison …

Chaos Theory

How Kurt Melchior, who escaped Nazi Germany at 13, metamorphosed into a business litigator

Roads to Resolution

Victor Schachter on launching mediation centers in emerging democracies around the world

The Good Foot Soldier

David Goodnight’s client list ranges from Amazon to Monsanto to a Napa Valley vineyard—and in …

Kay Wolf: It's the People

The Orlando employment defense attorney spends her spare time bringing educational opportunities to …

How Taj Clayton Got Book-Smart and Street-Smart

The Fish & Richardson partner reflects on humble pie, hard work and comparisons to President …

Larry R. Rogers Sr. on Personal (and Corporate) Responsibility

The Chicago attorney says everyone makes mistakes—but there’s a time for accountability

'We've Got to Do Something About These Kids'

How Kathleen Gasparian launched a program in Louisiana to help unaccompanied immigrant …

The People-Pleaser

When everyone gets up from the table smiling, it’s a good day for Nashville transactional …

Saving Mao’s Last Dancer

Charles C. Foster marshaled the force of the entire U.S. government to help a Chinese ballet artist …

Pioneer Spirit

When the Hon. Daniel Weinstein started out in mediation, people thought it was …

Stew Cogan Takes Sides

The Seattle mediator and arbitrator is a natural at helping people work things out

The Right Medicine

Why Tampa’s Bennie Lazzara Jr. put aside criminal defense work to champion injured nursing-home …

The Organizational Genius of Dara Hegar

The young Houston lawyer’s trial-prep proficiency landed her the role of managing attorney for …

The 'Good Divorce' Lawyer

Miles N. Beermann, with Beermann Pritikin Mirabelli Swerdlove, teaches splitting spouses how to be …

Joseph P. Thomas’ Patient Approach

The class action defender at Ulmer & Berne in Cincinnati changes perceptions about big …


Memphis lawyer Arnold Perl on the shift from ‘workers’ to ‘human resources’

The Good Seed

Don Downing grew up around Missouri cotton, soy and rice farms. So when a genetically modified …

Her Own Way

Judy Snyder tells how the Civil Rights Act of 1991 transformed the nation—and her practice

B. Gerald Johnson: Civic Booster

The co-founder of Pacifica Law Group helped shape Seattle

Stuart Z. Grossman V. Curacao

Bank of America, BP, and possibly the Netherlands are also on notice from the Coral Gables personal …

Engineering Solutions

Richard H. Steen’s mix of strengths makes him a powerhouse at the negotiating table

When a Click Is More Than Just a Click

In the world of click-fraud investigations, Dean Gresham’s name is at the top of any search engine

Michael T. Reagan Makes His Case

The Ottawa appellate attorney is all about the details

The Fixer

Nothing makes estate lawyer Ruth I. Rounding madder than witnessing injustice. Colleagues at Kohnen …

Act 10, Scene 1

Lester Pines and Tamara Packard were ringside during the Madison protests

The Spartan Way

Michigan State’s many legal clinics assist residents all over the state

David Tyra: Supreme Challenge

How this employment defense attorney with Kronick Moskovitz Tiedemann & Girard helped save …

Man of Science

From Coast Guard icebreakers to hydroelectric projects, Don Haagensen, with Cable Huston Benedict …

Bill Axselle: At Your Service

After 16 years as a legislator, the government law attorney at Williams Mullen lobbies for change …

Mr. Hopeful

John Hempelmann was there for Camelot, nearly became a U.S. congressman, and is still shaping …

Q&A: Benjamin H. Hill III

Whether a fellow lawyer is in a sticky situation or a civic group needs help, people tend to turn …

Michael S. Berger: For the People

Q&A with a medical malpractice attorney—and activist at heart

How David C. Hilliard Got the Jacksonville Jaguars to Change Their Logo

The intellectual property lawyer at Pattishall, McAuliffe, Newbury, Hilliard & Geraldson is not …

Building Excitement

It’s not quite Disneyland, but Dayton real estate attorney Alan B. Schaeffer’s current project …

Kathleen Evans

The 2010 president of the state bar practices estate law out of a charming old house in Salem with …

One Lawyer, Broad Horizons

David Allen is involved with everything from corporate finance to hunger awareness

‘If You Run Big, Dangerous Things, You Have an Obligation to Run Them Safely’

The philosophy of Constellation Energy’s Charles Berardesco

Manhattan Transfer

Real estate lawyer David Alan Richards transfers everything from Kipling books to air

The Ride of a Lifetime

Through nearly four decades of litigation, Jon Muth says it’s the people along the way who count

Dianne Jay Weaver, Weaver & Weaver, P.A., Jacksonville

How Weaver went from being called “The Skirt” to landing nearly twenty $1 million-plus …

Q&A With Charlie Wiggins, Wiggins & Masters, Bainbridge Island

How a ‘military brat’ ended up setting his sights on the state Supreme Court

Rx for Hospitals: Q&A with Robert P. Roth

Robert P. Roth practices medical malpractice defense at Portnoy & Roth in Bloomfield Hills. He …

Q&A: Charles Pillans III

Bedell, Dittmar, DeVault, Pillans & Coxe, Jacksonville

Q&A: Robert K. Dawson, DawsonBrown, Seattle

The 55-year-old litigator is hooked on adrenaline—whether it be in the courtroom or hurtling …

Q&A: Barnes Ellis, Stoel Rives, Portland

Ellis reflects on 44 distinguished years in law. Though his practice tends toward the …

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