21 Dilworth Attorneys Selected as PA & NJ Super Lawyers

August 14, 2020

Dilworth Paxson is pleased to announce that twenty-one attorneys from the firm’s Cherry Hill, Philadelphia and  Princeton offices were recently named as  Super Lawyers® and Rising Stars®. Super Lawyers selects attorneys using a multiphase selection process that combines peer nominations and evaluations with independent research.  Candidates are evaluated on 12 indicators of peer recognition and professional achievement. Selections are made on an annual, state-by-state basis. Additional information is available at: Selection Process.

Cherry Hill

James H. Landgraf, Construction Litigation

Philadelphia

Darwin R. Beauvais, Land Use / Zoning (Top 100)

Jerry R. DeSiderato, Business Litigation (Rising Star)

Marc A. Feller, Government Finance (Top 100)

Meredith L. Ferleger, Land Use / Zoning (Rising Star)

Claire Blewitt Ghormoz, Employment Litigation: Defense (Rising Star)

Patrick M. Harrington, Business Litigation (Rising Star)

Joseph H. Jacovini, Securities & Corporate Finance

Joseph F. Kessler, Real Estate

John R. Latourette, Estate Planning & Probate

Rosemary Loverdi, Real Estate (Top 100)

James M. Matour, Bankruptcy: Business

Lawrence G. McMichael, Bankruptcy: Business

Christopher C. Nana-Sinkam, Civil Litigation: Defense  (Rising Star)

Skye C. A. Nickalls, Government Finance (Rising Star)

James J. Rodgers, Business Litigation (Top 100)

John W. Schmehl, Tax (Top 100)

Jennifer Platzkere Snyder, Employment & Labor (Top 100)

Neil Sklaroff, Land Use / Zoning (Top 100)

Stephanie Searles Vogel, Tax (Rising Star)

Princeton

William E. McGrath, Jr., Insurance Coverage

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