Sixteen Dilworth Paxson Attorneys Named to 2019 The Best Lawyers in America© List


August 15, 2018 (Philadelphia, PA) – Sixteen Dilworth attorneys were selected by their peers for inclusion in the 2019 edition of The Best Lawyers in America©. 

Highlighting this year’s list is Marc A. Feller, Chair of the Firm’s Public Finance Group, who was named the Best Lawyers® 2019 Public Finance Law "Lawyer of the Year" in Philadelphia.

Since it was first published in 1983, Best Lawyers® has become universally regarded as the definitive guide to legal excellence. Best Lawyers lists are compiled based on an exhaustive peer-review evaluation. Over 83,000 industry leading attorneys globally are eligible to vote. For the 2019 edition of The Best Lawyers in America©, 7.4 million votes were analyzed, which resulted in more than 58,000 leading lawyers being included this year. Corporate Counsel magazine has called Best Lawyers "the most respected referral list of attorneys in practice."

The Dilworth attorneys and their practice areas are listed below.

Bankruptcy and Creditor Debtor Rights / Insolvency and Reorganization Law

Harold G. Cohen, Cherry Hill, NJ

Lawrence G. McMichael, Philadelphia, PA

James M. Matour, Philadelphia, PA

Construction Law

James H. Landgraf, Cherry Hill, NJ

Corporate Law

Stephen J. Harmelin, Philadelphia, PA

Joseph H. Jacovini, Philadelphia, PA

Health Care Law

Ernest L. Tsoules, Jr., Exton, PA


Thomas E. Hastings, Princeton, NJ

William E. McGrath Jr., Princeton, NJ

Thomas E. Schorr, Princeton, NJ

Litigation - Antitrust

James J. Rodgers, Philadelphia, PA

Litigation - Bankruptcy

James M. Matour, Philadelphia, PA

Litigation - Construction 

James H. Landgraf, Cherry Hill, NJ

Gregory F. Cirillo, Philadelphia, PA

Litigation - Patent

John A. Squires, New York, NY

Public Finance Law

Marc A. Feller, Philadelphia, PA

Trusts and Estates

John P. Crampton, Philadelphia, PA

John R. Latourette, Philadelphia, PA



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