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Sixteen Gibbons Attorneys Listed in New York Metro Super Lawyers and Rising Stars


September 23, 2014

Gibbons P.C. is pleased to announce that 15 attorneys from the firm’s New York office have been selected for the 2014 edition of New York Metro Super Lawyers and one has been selected for New York Metro Rising Stars.

Kim M. Catullo, Chair of the firm’s Products Liability Department, was also selected among the Top 50 Female Attorneys in New York.

The 2014 New York Super Lawyers list includes the following firm directors and counsel, with their respective areas of practice:

Paul E. Asfendis, Personal Injury Defense: Products

Anthony P. Callaghan, Business Litigation

Kim M. Catullo, Civil Litigation Defense

Catherine M.C. Farrelly, Intellectual Property

Patrick C. Dunican Jr., Business Litigation

Shepard A. Federgreen, Real Estate

Peter G. Flägel, Securities & Corporate Finance

David J. Freeman, Environmental, Environmental Litigation

R. Scott Garley, Securities Litigation

William M. Moran, Securities Litigation

Terry Myers, Business/Corporate

Jeffrey L. Nagel, Business Litigation

Paul A. Saso, Business Litigation

Mark S. Sidoti, Civil Litigation Defense

Ethan D. Stein, Personal Injury Defense: Products

Daniel Weinberger, Business Litigation was selected to the Rising Stars section.

The Super Lawyers selection process received a patent from the USPTO. There are three basic steps to the process: creation of the candidate pool; evaluation of candidates by the research department; and peer evaluation. The Super Lawyers selection process comprises hundreds of thousands of statewide or regional surveys supplemented by a comprehensive examination of each nominee’s background and experience, focusing on such criteria as verdicts and settlements; transactions; representative clients; honors and awards; educational background; and any other outstanding achievements. Only 5 percent of the total lawyers in the state are selected for inclusion in Super Lawyers.