Cohen and Wolf Attorneys Named to 2019 CT Super Lawyers and Rising Stars List

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BRIDGEPORT, Conn. (October 17, 2019) – Twenty-seven attorneys from Cohen and Wolf, P.C. were recently named to the Connecticut Super Lawyers® list for 2019. Ten of those listed were designated as “Rising Stars”.  The Cohen and Wolf attorneys on the Connecticut Super Lawyers 2019 list include the following (listed with their cited practice areas):

Richard L. Albrecht - Family Law
David A. Ball – Business Litigation (Top 50 in CT, Top 100 in NE)
Courtney A. George – Employee Litigation - Defense
Ari J. Hoffman – General Litigation
Jocelyn B. Hurwitz – Family Law
Stuart M. Katz – Employee Litigation - Defense (Top 50 in CT, Top 100 in NE)
Mark A. Kirsch – Real Estate
David M. Levine – Business/Corporate
Vincent M. Marino – General Litigation
Neil R. Marcus – Land Use/Zoning
Barbara M. Schellenberg – Appellate
Richard Slavin – Securities Litigation
Greta E. Solomon – Estate & Probate
Patricia C. Sullivan – Land Use/Zoning
Joseph G. Walsh – Personal Injury – Plaintiff
C. Christian Young – Criminal Defense
David B. Zabel – Business Litigation

Those named to the Rising Stars list include:

Jason A. Buchsbaum – Business Litigation
Alex Copp – General Litigation
Tatiana F. DaSilva – Estate & Probate
David E. Dobin – General Litigation
Robyn H. Drucker – Business/Corporate
Clifford A. Merin – Family Law
David M. Morosan – Business/Corporate
Joshua Pedreira – Creditor Debtor Rights
Rachel A. Pencu – Family Law
Philip C. Pires – Business Litigation

Super Lawyers recognizes attorneys in more than 70 areas of practice using a multiphase selection process. Peer nominations and evaluations are combined with independent research. Each candidate is evaluated on 12 indicators of peer recognition and professional achievement, some of which are, outstanding achievements, scholarly lectures, pro bono and community service, verdicts and experience. The Rising Stars selection process employs the same Super Lawyers multiphase selection process with the exception that candidates must be either 40 years old or younger, or in practice for 10 years or less.


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