NEW YORK – Loeb & Loeb attorneys were selected for inclusion in the 2012 edition of New York Super Lawyers. Each year, just five percent of Manhattan attorneys receive this honor. New York Super Lawyers also recognized three Loeb & Loeb attorneys as 2011 Rising Stars.
The firm’s 2012 New York Super Lawyers include:
Kenneth Adler (Information Technology/Outsourcing, Intellectual Property), Roger Arar (Entertainment & Sports), Michael Beck (Real Estate, Securities & Corporate Finance), Marc Chamlin (Entertainment & Sports), Kenneth Florin (First Amendment/Media/Advertising, Entertainment & Sports, Intellectual Property), Kenneth Freeman (Real Estate), Michael Kinney (Real Estate), Jerome Levine (Estate Planning & Probate, Tax), Jay Musoff (Criminal Defense: White Collar), Richard Nardi (Real Estate), Mitchell Nussbaum (Securities & Corporate Finance), Lloyd Rothenberg (Mergers & Acquisitions, Business/Corporate), Laurie Ruckel (Estate Planning & Probate), Raymond Sanseverino (Real Estate), Scott Schneider (Real Estate), Barry Slotnick (Intellectual Property Litigation, Entertainment & Sports), Brian Socolow (Entertainment & Sports, Business Litigation), Kenneth Sold (Real Estate), Akiba Stern (Information Technology/Outsourcing, Business/Corporate, Intellectual Property), Alan Tarr (Tax), James Taylor (First Amendment/Media/Advertising, Intellectual Property, Entertainment & Sports), Mark Waddell (Intellectual Property Litigation), Bruce Wexler (Estate Planning & Probate, Tax, Closely Held Business), Jonathan Zavin (Intellectual Property Litigation, General Litigation), and Michael Zweig (General Litigation, Intellectual Property Litigation, Employment & Labor).
The firm’s 2012 Rising Stars, which are top, up-and-coming attorneys who are either 40 years of age or under, or who have been practicing law for 10 or fewer years, include Daniel Besikof (Bankruptcy & Creditor/Debtor Rights) and Tal Dickstein (Intellectual Property Litigation, Business Litigation).
Selections for New York Super Lawyers and Rising Stars are made by the research team at Super Lawyers, which is an affiliate of Thomson Reuters. The rigorous multi-phase selection process includes a statewide survey of lawyers, independent evaluation of candidates by the attorney-led research staff, and a peer review. For more information visit www.superlawyers.com.