Gibbons Earns Recognition from Benchmark Litigation


October 27, 2016

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The 2017 edition of Benchmark Litigation highlights eight Gibbons attorneys as New Jersey litigation stars and one attorney as a future star.

Benchmark Litigation is the only publication on the market to focus exclusively on litigation in the United States. Firms included in the guide are chosen after a six-month research process which consists of extensive interviews with clients and peers. Attorneys must be recommended consistently as reputable and effective litigators by clients and peers in the marketplace.

The eight Gibbons attorneys named among the state litigation stars along with their areas of practice include:

Christine A. Amalfe, Employment & Labor Law

Thomas J. Cafferty, Media Law

Patrick C. Dunican Jr., Business & Commercial Litigation

John J. Gibbons, Business & Commercial Litigation

Michael R. Griffinger, Business & Commercial Litigation

Lawrence S. Lustberg, Criminal Defense

Brian J. McMahon, Business & Commercial Litigation

Michael F. Quinn, Business & Commercial Litigation

Robert C. Brady, a Director in the Business & Commercial Litigation Department, was highlighted in the Future Stars category. To be named a Future Star, attorneys must be consistently referenced by peers and clients as a litigator who is likely to become a “local litigation star” in future Benchmark guides.

In addition, Kim M. Catullo, Chair of the Products Liability Department, was ranked among the nation’s “Top 250 Women in Litigation” for 2016.

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