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Jason Yarbrough, of Hampton Township, is one of eight attorneys from the Pittsburgh law firm Meyer, Unkovic & Scott to be named to the Pennsylvania “Rising Stars” list published nationwide by Super Lawyers rating service

Lawyers are asked to nominate the best attorneys who are 40 or younger, or who have been practicing for 10 years or less.

Yarbrough, a University of Pittsburgh School of Law graduate, is a member of Meyer, Unkovic & Scott's construction law, litigation and dispute resolution and creditors' rights groups.

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