Blank Rome’s Princeton Office Recognized as “Litigation Department of the Year” First Finalist by New Jersey Law Journal
Blank Rome’s Princeton Office is recognized as a “Litigation Department of the Year” in the General Litigation category, ranking as a first finalist. Ten 2012 cases, led by Princeton office litigation attorneys, were included as examples of successful results achieved in state and federal courts by the team. Team members and sample cases of note were profiled in the April 1, 2013 supplement to the New Jersey Law Journal.
The publication writes:
“With several nationally known former judges among the practitioners, including Princeton office Administrative Partner Stephen M. Orlofsky, Blank Rome has built one of the superior arbitration and appellate practices among full-service litigation departments.
The Princeton office's litigators have extensive experience in complex commercial litigation, and represent corporations and individuals in general commercial, corporate, intellectual property, construction, appellate, securities and antitrust, white collar, entertainment, class-action, commercial and residential real estate, media and telecommunications, labor and employment, environmental, and other types of litigation.”
Identified as “Major Litigators” by the publication were partners Stephen M. Orlofsky, Michael Conlan, David Kistler, Jonathan Korn, Seth Lapidow, Adrienne Rogove and Michael Rowe, and associate Andrew Hughes. Click here to read Blank Rome's profile.
For more information about Blank Rome’s Princeton Office and its practices, visit www.BlankRome.com.