Our attorneys have been recognized by their peers, the judiciary, and respected legal publications as leaders in their field.
The National Law Journal has honored Conal Doyle’s verdict in McKnight v. Spain as one of the Top 100 verdicts in the United States for 2013.
The Daily Journal has honored Conal Doyle’s record setting $26.8 million jury verdict in McKnight v. Spain as one of California’s Top Ten Verdicts of 2013. This is the second time in three years that Mr. Doyle has obtained a Daily Journal “Top Ten” verdict for California.
According to California Lawyer magazine, the awards recognize attorneys who “have changed the law, substantially influenced public policy or the profession, or achieved a remarkable victory for a client or for the public” and “have made a profound impact on the law.”
Conal Doyle has been named to the annual list of the nation’s leading lawyers- a list that includes the country’s very best legal minds.
Conal Doyle was one of 18 California lawyers honored for the profound impact they made on the law in 2011.
Conal Doyle has received the 2011 Trial Lawyer of the Year Award from the Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles (CAALA).
The Daily Journal Honors Castaneda v. State of California as One of 2010’s Top Ten Verdicts by Impact.
Conal Doyle has been selected by his peers for inclusion in the 2012 edition of Best Lawyers In America.
The Consumer Attorneys of California have named Conal Doyle as a Finalist for the 2011 Consumer Attorney of the Year Award.
The San Francisco Trial Lawyers Association (SFTLA) has honored Conal Doyle as the recipient of the 2011 Civil Justice Award.
The National Trial Lawyers Association has recognized Conal Doyle as one of California’s Top 100 trial lawyers for the 4th year in a row (2008-2011)
Superlawyers Magazine has recognized Conal Doyle as a 2012 Southern California Superlawyer
The Daily Journal Names Conal Doyle to its 2010 list of the Top 20 Lawyers Under 40 in the State of California
The National Law Journal honors Conal Doyle as its “Appellate Lawyer of the Week” for his argument before the United States Supreme Court in Hui v. Castaneda.
Martindale Hubbell has given Conal Doyle an “AV” rating for the 5th year in row, which is the highest rating possible for an attorney.