Twenty Attorneys Ranked by Peers in Practice.
Foley announced today that 20 attorneys in its Boston office have been named 2007 Massachusetts “Super Lawyers” by Law & Politics Media, Inc.
The Foley attorneys named and their primary practices, as classified by Law & Politics, are:
- Kenneth R. Appleby, tax;
- Peter M. Barlow, family law;
- Russell Beck, general litigation;
- Michael L. Blau, health care;
- Stephen I. Burr, real estate;
- Charles R. Dougherty, bankruptcy & creditor/debtor rights;
- Alan H. Einhorn, health care;
- Thomas I. Elkind, intellectual property litigation;
- Gabor Garai, securities & corporate finance;
- Robert J. Kates, family law;
- Ellen C. Kearns, employment & labor;
- Lawrence M. Kraus, business litigation;
- Michel Morency, intellectual property;
- Michael R. Pontrelli, general litigation;
- Susan E. Pravda, mergers & acquisitions;
- David S. Rubin, employment & labor;
- Andrew R. Stern, real estate;
- Michael J. Tuteur, business litigation;
- Lawrence W. Vernaglia, health care; and
- J. Mark Waxman, health care.
To compile the annual list, Law & Politics surveyed more than 32,000 lawyers across Massachusetts, asking them to vote for the best lawyers they have personally observed in action. The final list features the top five percent of Massachusetts attorneys in more than 60 areas of practice. The list will be published in the November 2007 issue of New England Super Lawyers and in a special section in the November 2007 issue of Boston Magazine.
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