28 Saul Ewing Attorneys Recognized for Excellence by Chambers USA 2012
(Philadelphia, PA, June 18, 2012) — Twenty-eight Saul Ewing LLP attorneys have received recognition for legal excellence and client service by Chambers USA 2012: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business. In addition to the attorney recognitions, Saul Ewing ranked #1 for its Real Estate and Zoning/Land Use practices in Wilmington, DE. Six of the 28 attorneys recognized also achieved top rankings in their jurisdictions and practices.
The lawyers who ranked #1 include Steven J. Picco for his environment practice in New Jersey; Mark Minuti for his bankruptcy/restructuring practice in Delaware; William S. Gee for real estate in Delaware; and Richard A. Forsten, William E. Manning and Wendie C. Stabler for their zoning/land use practices in Delaware.
Baltimore attorneys named to the list are Harriet E. Cooperman and Gary B. Eidelman for their labor and employment work, James E. Goodrich for his real estate practice and Charles O. Monk, II for bankruptcy litigation.
In Chesterbrook, Michael S. Burg was named for his real estate practice and Joel R. Burcat in our Harrisburg office was recognized for his environmental work.
Attorneys from our Philadelphia office named to the list are Raymond D. Agran for corporate M&A and private equity,Steven J. Driscoll for his intellectual property practice, Carl B. Everett for environmental, Jeffrey C. Hampton andAdam H. Isenberg for their bankruptcy/restructuring practices, Joseph F. O’Dea, Jr. for his litigation practice, andAnthony P. Forte, John P. Pierce and Frederick D. Strober for real estate.
From Newark, Charles M. Lizza was named for his IP litigation work and Michael S. Gugig was named for his insurance litigation practice, and from Princeton, Steven J. Picco was selected for environmental.
Attorneys from our Washington, D.C. office named to the list are Jeffrey H. Gelman for his real estate practice,Cynthia A. Giordano for her zoning/land use practice and Mark I. Gruhin for his corporate M&A and private equity work.
In Wilmington, Mark Minuti was named for bankruptcy law, James D. Taylor, Jr. for labor and employment, andRichard A. Forsten, William S. Gee, Daniel H. Krapf, William E. Manning and Wendie C. Stabler for their real estate practices.