Forty Olshan Lawyers Selected by Super Lawyers®

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Forty Olshan lawyers have been named by Super Lawyers® for 2016 New York Metro. Twenty-eight lawyers have been named as “Super Lawyers” and twelve have been named as “Rising Stars.”  The following Olshan attorneys have been named to the 2016 New York Metro Super Lawyers list: Steve Wolosky, Mitchell Stern, Kenneth Silverman, Kenneth Schlesinger, Samuel Ross, Nina Roket, Michael Neidell, Lori Marks-Esterman, Sheldon Lustigman, Andrew Lustigman, Jonathan Koevary, Jeremy King, Hyman Kindler, Thomas Kearns, Steven Gursky, Mary Grieco, Eric Goldberg, Warren Gleicher, Adam Friedman, Andrew Freedman, Michael Fox, Thomas Fleming, Spencer Feldman, Stephen Ferszt, Kyle Bisceglie and Ron Berenblat. Additionally, the following lawyers have been named to the 2016 New York Metro Rising Stars list: Peter Sartorius, Kenneth Mantel, Brian Katz, Elizabeth Gonzalez-Sussman, and Safia Anand.  “We’re delighted that once again almost half of our attorneys have been selected by our peers to this competitive ranking, while on average only 3.7 percent of attorneys are selected to the lists,” noted Olshan Real Estate partner Thomas Kearns. “Peer rankings are an important acknowledgement of Olshan’s position in the market as a leading national law firm with a bench of talented attorneys committed to client service, and we’re grateful for this recognition.  We’re particularly proud of the recognition of the firm’s next generation as Rising Stars,” he continued. View our press release here.

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