Wilkinson Stekloff’s Work On Georgia-Pacific Case Also Recognized By Benchmark
WASHINGTON – Wilkinson Stekloff Founding Partner Beth Wilkinson has been named Trial Lawyer of the Year by Benchmark Litigation 2018. Benchmark Litigation also awarded Wilkinson Stekloff the National Impact Case Award for its role in winning summary judgment for Georgia-Pacific in a multi-billion dollar class action in Chicago federal court alleging Sherman Act violations by the largest manufacturers in the containerboard and corrugated products industries.
The Trial Lawyer of the Year award is the latest in a series of accolades honoring Beth and Wilkinson Stekloff, which Benchmark named the 2017 “Boutique Firm of the Year.”
Since founding Wilkinson Stekloff less than two years ago, Beth has notched a string of standout trial victories, been honored and recognized for her and Wilkinson Stekloff’s various successes, and built the firm into a boutique powerhouse while mentoring the next generation of trial lawyers. Last year, Beth was named one of the Top 100 Trial Lawyers in America by Benchmark Litigation, MVP of the Year for Trial Practice by Law360, American Lawyer’s Litigator of the Week and a Law360 Legal Lion.
View Benchmark Litigation’s 2018 awards here.