November 25, 2020
Cadwalader has once again been recognized in the New York Metro Edition of Super Lawyers.
The Cadwalader attorneys named to the 2020 Super Lawyers list include: Fredric Altschuler (Real Estate), Richard Brand (Mergers & Acquisitions), Christopher Cox (Mergers & Acquisitions), Michael Gambro (Securities & Corporate Finance), Jason Halper (Business Litigation), Steven Herman (Real Estate), Jonathan Hoff (Securities Litigation), Christopher Hughes (Intellectual Property Litigation), William McInerney (Real Estate), Sean O’Shea (Business Litigation), Patrick Quinn (Securities & Corporate Finance), Ray Shirazi (Securities & Corporate Finance), Lary Stromfeld (Securities & Corporate Finance) and Linda Swartz (Tax).
The firm’s attorneys recognized as Rising Stars include: Conor Almquist (Securities & Corporate Finance), Cassandra Best (Banking), Gillian Groarke Burns (Securities Litigation), Andrew Butler (Securities & Corporate Finance), Ailsa Chau (Business Litigation), Thomas Curtin (Bankruptcy), Michelle Gellman (Banking), Saadia Ghazi (Mergers & Acquisitions), Jaclyn Hall (Business/Corporate), Christian Larson (Criminal Defense: White Collar), Matthew Seitz (Tax), Casey Servais (Bankruptcy) and Alaael-Deen Shilleh (Banking).
The Super Lawyers selection process includes a statewide survey of lawyers, independent research and peer reviews by practice area. The top lawyers from more than 70 practice areas are selected by Super Lawyers. To be eligible for inclusion as a Rising Star, a candidate must be either 40 years old or younger, or in practice for 10 years or less. A maximum of 5 percent of the lawyers in the state are recognized in Super Lawyers; no more than 2.5 percent are named to the Rising Stars list.
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