Fourteen Holwell Shuster & Goldberg Attorneys Recognized by New York Super Lawyers 2017
Holwell Shuster & Goldberg LLP announced today that 14 attorneys have been recognized by New York Super Lawyers 2017. Each year, Super Lawyers identifies the attorneys who have attained a high-degree of peer recognition and professional achievement, based on research and peer reviews.
Of the 14 attorneys honored, seven were named Super Lawyers, and seven were named Rising Stars.
The HSG attorneys named Super Lawyers are:
- Hon. Richard J. Holwell, Founding Partner (Business Litigation)
- Michael S. Shuster, Founding Partner (Antitrust, Business and Securities Litigation)
- Daniel P. Goldberg, Founding Partner (Bankruptcy, Business and General Litigation)
- John M. DiMatteo, Partner (Intellectual Property Litigation)
- Avi Israeli, Partner (Business, Intellectual Property and Securities Litigation,)
- Justice James M. McGuire, Partner (Business Litigation)
- Robert J. Morrow, Of Counsel (Business Litigation, Insurance Coverage)
Each year, only five percent of New York lawyers are named Super Lawyers. Both Mike and John have been honored by New York Super Lawyers for the past 11 years, and Dan has been recognized since 2010. Judge Holwell and Justice McGuire are making their first appearances as Super Lawyers. Robert was named a Super Lawyer in 2006 and 2016, and this is Avi’s second consecutive year being honored.
In addition, the following seven attorneys were named New York Rising Stars:
- Blair E. Kaminsky, Partner (Business, General and Securities Litigation)
- Vincent Levy, Partner (Business Litigation)
- Neil R. Lieberman, Partner (Business Litigation)
- Eileen Monaghan DeLucia, Associate (General and Securities Litigation)
- Benjamin F. Heidlage, Associate (Business Litigation)
- Zachary A. Kerner, Associate (Antitrust and Business Litigation)
- Lani A. Perlman, Associate (Business and General Litigation, Intellectual Property)
The Super Lawyers Rising Stars list is comprised of the top up-and-coming New York attorneys who are 40 or younger or have been in practice for under 10 years. Less than three percent of New York attorneys were chosen for this honor.