25 Dilworth Attorneys Named to the 2021, 27th-Annual Best Lawyers in America Lists

August 20, 2020

25 Dilworth attorneys named in the 27th Edition of The Best Lawyers in America© and the Inaugural Edition of Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch. Known to be the foremost resource for legal talent recognition, the “Best Lawyers” lists are purely peer reviewed. For a breakdown of attorneys listed by practice area, or award, keep reading.

Bankruptcy and Creditor Debtor Rights / Insolvency and Reorganization Law

Harold G. Cohen

James M. Matour

Lawrence G. McMichael


Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch

Commercial Litigation

David Rodkey

Land Use and Zoning Law

Meredith L. Ferleger


Construction Law

James H. Landgraf


Corporate Law

Samuel T. Cooper III

Stephen Joseph Harmelin

Joseph H. Jacovini


Criminal Defense: White-Collar

James J. Eisenhower

Linda Dale Hoffa


Insurance Law

Thomas E. Hastings

Thomas E. Schorr


Land Use and Zoning Law

Neil Sklaroff


Litigation - Antitrust

James J. Rodgers


Litigation - Bankruptcy

James M. Matour


Litigation - Construction

Gregory F. Cirillo

James H. Landgraf


Litigation - Insurance

William E. McGrath, Jr.


Litigation - Land Use and Zoning

Neil Sklaroff


Litigation - Patent

John A. Squires


Philadelphia Bankruptcy-Litigation Lawyer of the Year

James M. Matour


Public Finance Law

Marc A. Feller

Mary T. Tomich


Trusts and Estates

John P. Crampton

John R. Latourette


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