Twenty-Three Clark Hill Attorneys Named to Pennsylvania Super Lawyers & Rising Stars 2017 List
PA – Twenty-three Clark Hill attorneys have been selected for inclusion in the 2017 Pennsylvania Super Lawyers & Rising Stars list. Super Lawyers, published by Law & Politics magazine, is a consumer guide to outstanding attorneys based on a multi-step selection process including a survey and peer review.
Philadelphia: Joseph M. Donley (General Litigation), Jonathan W. Hugg (Business Litigation), Lauri A. Kavulich (Employment & Labor), Joann Needleman (Creditor Debtor Rights: Business)
Pittsburgh: Jeffrey J. Conn (Banking), Joseph Friedman (Business Litigation), Allen M. Lopus (Business Litigation), Kurt A. Miller (Employment & Labor), Mark F. Nowak (Construction Litigation), Robert J. Ridge (Criminal Defense: White Collar), Jerri A. Ryan (Business Litigation), Keith H. West (Estate Planning & Probate)
Philadelphia: Ethan M. Dennis (Employment & Labor), Jonathan D. Klein (Business Litigation)
Pittsburgh: Troy L. Cady (Bankruptcy: Business), Danny P. Cerrone, Jr. (Construction Litigation), Cami L. Davis (Employment & Labor), Joshua M. Farber (Real Estate), Samuel A. Hornak (Business Litigation), William C. Price (Bankruptcy: Business), Vincent M. Roskovensky (Civil Litigation: Defense), Brandon J. Verdream (Civil Litigation: Defense), Gavin P. Williams (Real Estate: Business)
Clark Hill PLC is an entrepreneurial, full service law firm that provides business legal services, government & public affairs, and personal legal services to our clients throughout the country. With offices in Arizona, Delaware, Illinois, Michigan, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Washington, D.C. and West Virginia, Clark Hill has more than 350 attorneys and professionals. For more information on our firm and our services, visit www.clarkhill.com.
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