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West Jefferson Hills SD solicitor selected as one of 2020 Best Lawyers of America

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Robert McTiernan of Tucker Arensberg

Robert McTiernan joins 21 other attorneys at Tucker Arensberg selected for inclusion in the 2020 Best Lawyers in America. In addition, he was selected as a “Lawyer of the Year” in the area of Municipal Law. McTiernan focuses his practice in labor and employment law and his clients range from global manufacturing companies to counties, municipalities and school districts including serving as the solicitor for the West Jefferson Hills School District. He also counsels employers to avoid legal issues before they occur.

Best Lawyers compiles its lists of outstanding attorneys by conducting exhaustive peer-review surveys in which thousands of leading attorneys confidentially evaluate their peers. The Best Lawyers in America (2020) is based on more than 5.5 million evaluations of lawyers by other lawyers in their field.

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