Cadwalader Attorneys Recognized by 2015 Washington D.C. Super Lawyers Magazine

Apr 29, 2015

Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP, a leading counselor to global financial institutions and corporations, announced that 18 of the firm’s Washington-based attorneys are included in the 2015 edition of Washington, D.C. Super Lawyers magazine. The methodology for selection includes independent research, peer nominations and peer evaluations.

Cadwalader attorneys recognized by Washington, D.C. Super Lawyers include:

  • Raymond Banoun (Criminal Defense: White Collar)
  • Joseph J. Bial (Antitrust Litigation)
  • Mark C. Ellenberg (Bankruptcy)
  • Alexander J. Hadjis (Intellectual Property Litigation)
  • Jonathan S. Kanter (Antitrust Litigation)
  • Adam S. Lurie (Criminal Defense: White Collar, Civil Litigation: Defense)
  • Peter E. Moll (Antitrust Litigation, Intellectual Property, Business Litigation)
  • Paul J. Pantano, Jr. (Energy & Natural Resources)
  • Charles F. “Rick” Rule (Antitrust Litigation)
  • Brian Wallach (Antitrust Litigation, Business Litigation)

The firm’s Super Lawyers “Rising Stars” include:

  • Brendan D. Delany (Mergers & Acquisitions, Energy & Natural Resources, Real Estate)
  • Douglas H. Fischer (Criminal Defense: White Collar, Securities Litigation)
  • Daniel J. Howley (Antitrust Litigation)
  • A. Joseph Jay III (Criminal Defense: White Collar, General Litigation)
  • Gregory Langsdale (Business Litigation, Antitrust Litigation)
  • Christian J. Lorenz (Antitrust Litigation)
  • Joseph V. Moreno (Criminal Defense: White Collar)
  • Amy W. Ray (Antitrust Litigation, Mergers & Acquisitions)

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