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Troutman Sanders Attorneys Named New York Super Lawyers

10.02.08

NEW YORK – Troutman Sanders LLP is pleased to announce that five of its lawyers have been selected for inclusion in the 2008 edition of Law & Politics’ New York Super Lawyers – Metro Edition.

For inclusion and distinction as a “Super Lawyer,” attorneys are selected by their peers based on an extensive balloting, research and blue-ribbon review process. This year, Law & Politics sent out approximately 109,000 ballots to active lawyers in the New York metro area and asked them to nominate attorneys whom they have personally observed in litigation, transactional or other legal matters. The voting attorneys were asked not to choose a candidate based on reputation alone, but on certain criteria, such as peer recognition, professional achievement, civic service and pro bono activities.

Based on this rigorous selection process, five attorneys at Troutman Sanders have been ranked by their peers in the top five percent of active, licensed attorneys in the New York metro area.

Troutman Sanders’ 2008 New York Super Lawyers are:

Name Primary/Practice Areas
Aurora Cassirer
Business Litigation

Hollace T. Cohen
Bankruptcy & Creditor/Debtor Rights
 
Leonard Grunstein
Real Estate

Caroline G. Harris
Land Use/Zoning

Mitchel H. Perkiel
Bankruptcy & Creditor/Debtor Rights

About Law & Politics
Law & Politics is a division of Key Professional Media, Inc. As a polling and research entity, it has been publishing legal magazines and conducting Super Lawyers balloting since 1990.

About Troutman Sanders 
With a diverse practice mix, workforce and footprint, Troutman Sanders has cultivated its reputation for a higher commitment to client care for over 120 years. Ideally positioned to help clients across sectors realize their business goals, the firm’s 650 attorneys transact for growth, resolve mission-threatening disputes and navigate complex legal and regulatory challenges. See troutman.com for more information.

 

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