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39 Verrill Attorneys Named 2019 Super Lawyers and Rising Stars

December 11, 2019 Press Releases

Verrill Attorney Karen Frink Wolf Again Named One of New England’s Top 100 Attorneys and Top 50 Women Attorneys

(December 11, 2019) – The 2019 edition of New England Super Lawyers and Rising Stars© has recognized a total of 39 Verrill attorneys for excellence in their individual areas of practice.

Only the top 5% of attorneys in each New England state are included in the Super Lawyers guide, and only the top 2.5% in each state are selected as Rising Stars, which identifies the best attorneys 40 years and under, or who have been practicing for 10 years or fewer. The selection process includes independent research, peer nominations and peer evaluations.

Below is the listing, by resident office, of attorneys from Verrill who have been honored by New England Super Lawyers and Rising Stars©. Congratulations to Karen Frink Wolf who was included in both the Top 100 New England Super Lawyers and the Top 50 Women.

Westport, Conn.

  • Andrew B. Nevas (Business Litigation)
  • Frank J. Silvestri, Jr. (Business Litigation)
  • Calvin K. Woo (Business Litigation)

Portland, Maine

  • Eric D. Altholz (Employee Benefits)
  • Scott D. Anderson (Environmental)
  • Robert C. Brooks (Employment & Labor)
  • Juliet T. Browne (Environmental)
  • Roger A. Clement, Jr. (Bankruptcy: Business)
  • James I. Cohen (Utilities)
  • Douglas P. Currier (Employment & Labor)
  • Harold J. Friedman (Personal Injury Products: Defense)
  • Martha C. Gaythwaite (Personal Injury Products: Defense)
  • John P. Giffune (Construction Litigation)
  • Kurt E. Klebe (Estate & Probate)
  • Suzanne E. Meeker (Employee Benefits)
  • Richard G. Moon (Employment & Labor)
  • A. Robert Ruesch (Construction Litigation)
  • Timothy R. Shannon (Business Litigation)
  • Karen Frink Wolf (Personal Injury Medical Malpractice: Defense) *Top 100, Top 50 Women

Rising Stars (Portland)

  • Tawny L. Alvarez (Employment & Labor)
  • Seth S. Coburn (Intellectual Property Litigation)
  • Benjamin E. Ford (Business Litigation)
  • Nathaniel R. Hull (Bankruptcy: Business)
  • Christopher S. Lockman (Employee Benefits)
  • Marie J. Mueller (General Litigation)
  • Misti D. Munster (Employee Benefits)
  • Stephen B. Segal (Civil Litigation: Defense)
  • Mathew J. Todaro (Environmental)

Boston, Mass.

  • Thomas O. Bean (Business Litigation)
  • Gene Dahmen (Family Law)
  • Michael L. Fay (Estate Planning & Probate)
  • Keith E. Glidden (Business Litigation)
  • Regina M. Hurley (Family Law)
  • Paul W. Shaw (Health Care)

Rising Stars (Boston)

  • Kristin S. Doeberl (Family Law)
  • Sarah R. Grandfield (Estate Planning & Probate)
  • Eugene H. Ho (Mergers & Acquisitions)
  • Kyle T. MacDonald (Family Law)
  • Andrew P. Rusczek (Health Care)
  • Marylana Saadeh Helou (Health Care)

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