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Pepper Hamilton Recognized in Benchmark Litigation 2019

Pepper Hamilton Recognized in Benchmark Litigation 2019

Pepper Hamilton and eight attorneys with the firm have been recognized in Benchmark Litigation 2019, a guide that provides analysis of commercial and financial litigators and law firms in the United States. Rankings and editorials are based on interviews with the nation’s leading private practice lawyers and in-house counsel.

Pepper Hamilton has again been named a Tier 1 firm for Product Liability nationally, a “highly recommended” local litigation law firm in Pennsylvania, and a “recommended” firm for Labor and Employment in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. All recommended firms were consistently mentioned by peers and clients.

Nina M. Gussack has been named a national “Litigation Star.”  Ms. Gussack, Francis P. Devine, III, Thomas M. Gallagher and M. Duncan Grant have been named “Local Litigation Stars” in Pennsylvania. State lists of local litigation stars reflect only those individuals who were recommended consistently as reputable and effective litigators by clients and peers. Jeremy Heep has been named a “Future Star” in Pennsylvania. Lists of future stars reflect those partners who were consistently referenced by peers and clients as litigators who are likely to be become local litigation stars in coming editions of the guide.

In addition, Matthew V. DelDucaSusan K. Lessack and Christopher J. Moran have been named “Labor & Employment Stars–Northeast" in Benchmark Labor & Employment for 2018.

About Benchmark Litigation

Focused exclusively on the U.S. litigation market, Benchmark Litigation identifies leading U.S. attorneys and firms at the local and national levels. Results are the culmination of a six-month research period, during which researchers conduct extensive interviews with litigators and their clients. Recent casework handled by the firms is examined and sources are asked to offer their professional opinions on litigators practicing within their state or national practice areas. Firms and individuals cannot pay to be recommended in the guide.

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