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Twenty four Sherin and Lodgen attorneys listed as 2010 New England SuperLawyers and Rising Stars

October 28, 2010

Fifteen attorneys from Sherin and Lodgen LLP were selected for inclusion in SuperLawyers 2010.
 
Joshua M. Alper, Real Estate, Environmental, Business/Corporate
Edward M. Bloom, Real Estate
Robert M. Carney, Real Estate, Land Use/Zoning, Business/Corporate
Edward S. Cheng, Business Litigation, Professional Liability: Defense, Real Estate
Steven D. Eimert, Business/Corporate, Closely Held Business, Securities & Corporate Finance
Peter Friedenberg, Real Estate
Douglas M. Henry, Real Estate
Richard J. Kaitz, Real Estate
John C. La Liberte, Business Litigation, Bankruptcy & Creditor/Debtor Rights
Gary M. Markoff, Real Estate, Banking, Closely Held Business
James W. Matthews, Business Litigation, General Litigation, Alternative Dispute Resolution
Robert J. Muldoon, Jr., Business Litigation, Professional Liability: Defense, Intellectual Property Litigation
Margaret H. Paget, Business Litigation, Employment Litigation: Defense, Employment Litigation: Plaintiff
Ronald W. Ruth, Environmental, Real Estate
C. Forbes Sargent III, Business/Corporate, Non-Profit, Employment & Labor
 
Additionally, nine Sherin and Lodgen attorneys were listed as Rising Stars. Rising Star candidates must be either 40 years old or younger, or have been in practice for 10 years or fewer.
 
Bethany A. Bartlett, Real Estate, Land Use/Zoning
Christopher R. Blazejewski, Business Litigation
Joshua M. Bowman, Real Estate, Business/Corporate, Land Use/Zoning
David M. Dineen, Civil Litigation Defense, Professional Liability: Defense, Business Litigation
Jason L. Drori, Business Litigation
Thomas W. Kirchofer, Business Litigation
Katy E. Koski, Business Litigation
Matthew C. Moschella, Business Litigation, Employment Litigation: Defense
Suzanne Wann Warnery, Business/Corporate, Real Estate
 
Published both as a special supplement in Boston Magazine and as a stand-alone magazine distributed to attorneys, corporate counsel, and law school libraries, Super Lawyers was first released in 1991. Research and selection are performed by Law & Politics and is based on such criteria as verdicts and settlements, experience, transactions, representative clients, lectures and publications, pro bono work, and honors and awards. Only 5% of the state's total lawyer pool is selected for Super Lawyers and no more than 2.5% are named to the Rising Stars list.