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15 Saul Ewing Partners Named 2014 Pennsylvania Super Lawyers; Seven Attorneys Named “Rising Stars”

Published: 06/09/2014
Industries: Health Care | Ports and Maritime
Services: Bankruptcy and Restructuring | Commercial Litigation | Environmental | Estate and Trust Litigation | Personal Wealth Estates and Trusts | Real Estate Services | White Collar and Government Enforcement

Saul Ewing LLP is proud to announce that 15 partners have been named to the Pennsylvania Super Lawyers list for 2014.

Paul M. Hummer, James A. Keller, Charles Kelly, Joseph F. O’Dea, Jr. and John F. Stoviak were named to the Super Lawyers list for their work in Business Litigation; Michael S. Burg, John P. Pierce and Frederick D. Strober were named for Real Estate; Christopher R. Hall was listed for White Collar Criminal Defense; Elizabeth U. Witmer was named for Land Use/Zoning; Bruce D. Armon was named to the Super Lawyer list for Health Care; Joel R. Burcat was named for Environmental; Robert H. Louis was named for Estate & Probate law and George T. Magnatta was named for his work in Government law.

Eight attorneys were named “Rising Stars” for 2014.  Andrew Bockis was named Rising Stars for their work in Environmental law; Amy S. Kline as named to the list for Civil Litigation: Defense; Joshua S. Pasker was named for Government; Caitlin M. Piccarello was named for General Litigation; Melissa W. Rand was named for Bankruptcy, and Erik F. Williams was named for Real Estate.

Super Lawyers, a Thomson Reuters business, is a rating service of outstanding lawyers from more than 70 practice areas who have attained a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. The annual selections are made using a multi-phased process that includes a statewide survey of lawyers, an independent research evaluation and peer reviews.

Pennsylvania Super Lawyers “Rising Stars” recognizes top up-and-coming lawyers who are 40 years old or younger, or who have been practicing 10 or fewer years.