The law firm of Norris McLaughlin, P.A., has announced that ten of its Members have been selected for inclusion on the list of New Jersey Super Lawyers for 2020. Only 5% of New Jersey attorneys are given this honor. The firm again showed its strength in bankruptcy and creditors’ rights, environmental, labor and employment, and litigation matters.
The following attorneys were recognized as New Jersey Super Lawyers 2020:
In addition, Nicholas A. Duston, also a Member of the firm, was selected for inclusion on the list of New Jersey Rising Stars for 2020 in the category of Employment Litigation: Defense.
About New Jersey Super Lawyers
New Jersey Super Lawyers is a listing of outstanding lawyers from more than 70 practice areas who have attained a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement, published in New Jersey Monthly and in New Jersey Super Lawyers Magazine. New Jersey Super Lawyers are selected based on a peer-review survey mailed to more than 32,000 attorneys throughout the state, a “blue ribbon review” process, and independent research on each candidate. Polling, research, and selection are performed by Law & Politics, a publication of Key Professional Media, Inc. For more information on the selection process, visit superlawyers.com.
About Norris McLaughlin
The attorneys at Norris McLaughlin come from diverse backgrounds, hold degrees from top U.S. law schools and regularly serve as leaders in bar associations and various trade groups. They have earned a strong reputation in virtually every area of practice within the realm of commercial law. With many of the firm’s attorneys selected as The Best Lawyers in America each year, in addition to its active repertoire of speaking engagements and legal publications, the firm possesses large-firm talent in a small-firm setting that allows its attorneys to provide service and value to their clients on a personal level. It is the goal of Norris McLaughlin to accommodate the needs of every client with experience, strategic planning, and common courtesy.
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