The 2022 edition of Chambers USA has been released and, once again, our firm and attorneys have been ranked among the best. This year, our Antitrust, Insurance, Litigation, and Real Estate practices were honored among the best in Pennsylvania, and we had 11 attorneys honored with individual rankings.

We were also honored to have some of our clients and peers share their thoughts on the firm. One noted that we “are a premier litigation firm,” and another recognized our “well-deserved reputation for being thoughtful problem solvers in litigation.”

A list of all of honored attorneys and practices is included below, and you can view our full rankings at the link below.

Notable Practitioners:

Pennsylvania – Antitrust
Barry Refsin (Band 3)

Pennsylvania: Philadelphia & Surrounds – Bankruptcy
Matthew A. Hamermesh (Band 4)

Pennsylvania – Environmental
Steven T. Miano (Band 2)

Pennsylvania – Insurance
Daniel Layden (Band 3)
Ronald P. Schiller (Band 1)

Pennsylvania: Philadelphia & Surrounds – Litigation
Mark Aronchick (Band 1)
William T. Hangley (Senior Statespeople)
Daniel Segal (Band 4)
John Summers (Band 3)

Pennsylvania: Philadelphia & Surrounds – Real Estate
Stuart F. Ebby (Senior Statespeople)
David M. Scolnic (Band 3)

Practice Rankings:

Pennsylvania – Antitrust
Antitrust Practice – Band 3
“They are superb lawyers with a firm grasp of the law, good judgment and experience in complex matters.”

Pennsylvania – Insurance
Insurance Practice – Band 2
“They are a premier litigation firm” and “They are a top trial firm for complex D&O coverage litigation.”

Pennsylvania: Philadelphia and Surrounds – Litigation
Litigation Department – Band 2
“The team has a well-deserved reputation for being thoughtful problem solvers in litigation;” “They’re loyal, accessible and handle really tricky situations well;” and “Their responses are immediate and reliable.”

Pennsylvania: Philadelphia & Surrounds – Real Estate
Real Estate Practice – Band 4
Their “expertise covers transactions such as acquisitions and financings…noted for its strengths in debt restructurings and loan workouts, as well as landlord-tenant disputes.”

See the full rankings