Pennsylvania Super Lawyers 2019 recognizes 21 Eckert Seamans attorneys from Harrisburg, Philadelphia, and Pittsburgh offices

The national law firm of Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott LLC is pleased to announce that 21 attorneys from the firm’s Harrisburg, Philadelphia, and Pittsburgh offices were recently selected for inclusion in the 2019 edition of Pennsylvania Super Lawyers, published by Thomson Reuters.

The complete list of Eckert Seamans attorneys recognized as Pennsylvania Super Lawyers and Rising Stars and the categories for which they were honored follows below.

PHILADELPHIA

Mitchell L. Bach, Business Litigation (photo)

Albert G. Bixler, Civil Litigation: Defense (photo)

Eli Granek, Civil Litigation: Defense (Rising Star) (photo)

Edward A. Gray, Alternate Dispute Resolution (photo)

Peter J. Hoffman, Civil Litigation: Defense (photo)

David Laigaie, Criminal Defense: White Collar (photo)

Francine Li, Intellectual Property (Rising Star) (photo not available)

John E. Quinn, Employment & Labor (photo)

Joan N. Stern, Government Finance (photo)

 

HARRISBURG

Mark A. Fontana, Employment & Labor (photo)

Casey A. Coyle, Business Litigation (Rising Star) (photo)

 

PITTSBURGH

Kevin P. Allen, Business Litigation (photo)

Scott D. Cessar, Construction Litigation (photo)

Dorothy A. Davis, Business Litigation (photo)

Sandy Brian Garfinkel, Business Litigation (photo)

John R. McGinley, Jr., Business Litigation (photo)

John F. Meck, Estate & Probate (photo)

John J. Myers, Employment Litigation: Defense (photo)

Christopher R. Opalinski, Construction Litigation (photo)

Nancy L. Rackoff, Estate & Probate (photo)

Timothy P. Ryan, Intellectual Property Litigation (photo not available)

The Eckert Seamans group joins the top five percent of lawyers in Pennsylvania in receiving this honor from their peers and others in the legal industry. The basis for selection includes noteworthy verdicts or settlements; creativity or innovation within the legal process; the number of cases tried or transactions handled; years in practice; position within the firm; professional activities; writings and lectures; community involvement; professional degrees or training; and academic and employment background.

The results of the survey will be published in a supplement to Philadelphia Magazine and Pittsburgh Magazine (selected attorneys in Pittsburgh only) as well as the Thomson Reuters Legal annual publication Pennsylvania and Delaware Super Lawyers Magazine.

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