Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr LLP and 14 of the Firm’s Attorneys Recognized in Benchmark Litigation’s 2019 Rankings
Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr LLP, a full service law firm with more than 400 lawyers in 15 offices, congratulates its litigation practices in four states and the 14 partners from the Firm who are recognized in Benchmark Litigation’s 2019 rankings.
U.S. firms and attorneys who are ranked in the Benchmark Litigation publication are vetted for a list of what the publication considers leaders in the litigation field. This process includes interviews with clients and litigators, including competitors, about the firm’s casework and each attorney, including their professional opinions about their peers. Firms cannot pay to be recommended in the guide.
Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr’s Maryland and Pennsylvania litigation practices are ranked as "Highly Recommended Firms," the highest possible rating in the guide. The litigation practices in Delaware and New Jersey are ranked as "Recommended Firms."
Nine partners are recognized as "Local Litigation Stars" in their respective states in the guide. Their selection is based on the recommendations of peers and clients who view them as having a consistent reputation as trial attorneys. They include:
In Baltimore, Md.
- Edward J. Baines
- Harriet E. Cooperman
- Charles O. Monk, II
- Jason M. St. John
In Philadelphia, Pa.
- Paul M. Hummer
- James A. Keller
- Joseph F. O'Dea, Jr.
- John F. Stoviak
In Chicago, Il.
- Mark E. Enright
Four partners are named to the "Future Star" list in the guide: Cathleen M. Devlin and Joshua W.B. Richards, both in Philadelphia, and Ryan L. DiClemente and Ruth A. Rauls, both in Princeton, N.J. In addition, Rauls and Richards are included in the “40 & Under Hot List” on Benchmark Litigation’s website.
In its inaugural year, Benchmark Litigation’s Labor & Employment guide ranked Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr’s labor & employment litigation practices in Maryland and New Jersey as "Recommended Firms." Three partners are recognized as "Labor & Employment Stars" for the Northeast: Harriet E. Cooperman and Gary B. Eidelman, both in Baltimore, Md., and Ruth A. Rauls in Princeton, N.J.