Cohen and Wolf Attorneys Named to 2012 Connecticut Super Lawyers and Rising Stars List

Connecticut Super Lawyers

BRIDGEPORT, CT – (November 5, 2012) – Eighteen attorneys from Cohen and Wolf, P.C., were recently named to the 2012 Connecticut Super Lawyers list. Four of those listed were designated as “Rising Stars".

The Cohen and Wolf attorneys on the 2012 Connecticut Super Lawyers list include the following, listed with their cited practice areas:

Richard L. Albrecht – Family Law
David A. Ball – Business Litigation
Stewart I. Edelstein – General Litigation
Monte E. Frank – Business Litigation
Jocelyn B. Hurwitz – Family Law
Stuart M. Katz – Employment Litigation: Defense
Irving J. Kern – Real Estate
Neil R. Marcus – Land Use/Zoning
Gary Phelan – Employment Litigation: Plaintiff
Barbara M. Schellenberg – Appellate
Richard Slavin - Securities Litigation
Greta E. Solomon – Estate Planning & Probate
Joseph G. Walsh – Personal Injury Plaintiff: General
Austin K. Wolf – Land Use/Zoning

Those named to the Rising Stars list include:

Ari J. Hoffman – General Litigation
Rachel A. Pencu – Family Law
Philip C. Pires – Business Litigation
Jason A. Buchsbaum – Government/Cities/Municipalities

“We are honored to have eighteen attorneys recognized in the 2012 Connecticut Super Lawyers publication” said David A. Ball, Managing Partner.  “This special recognition by our peers is highly gratifying, and speaks to the great work that we perform for our clients in a broad range of practice areas.”

Super Lawyers recognizes attorneys in more than 70 areas of practice using a multi-phase selection process that considers 15 separate indicators of peer recognition, professional achievement and ethical standards.  The final selection for 2012 was made from a pool of 3,611 Connecticut attorneys, producing the final 2012 Connecticut Super Lawyers list of 869 attorneys.  The Rising Stars selection process is the Super Lawyers selection process except that candidates must be either 40 years old or younger or in practice for ten years or less, and the selection process does not include peer evaluation by practice area. 


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