Willcox Savage is pleased to announce the following attorneys were selected by their peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America 2023 and the Ones to Watch (practicing for 5-9 years).

The following attorneys are included in The Best Lawyers in America 2023.

Admiralty & Maritime Law
Christopher A. Abel
David H. Sump

Bankruptcy and Creditor Debtor Rights
Richard L. Wasserman

Commercial Litigation
Gary A. Bryant (and Environmental Litigation)
Gregory A. Giordano (and Employment Law)
Brett A. Spain

Corporate Law
Thomas C. Inglima (and Mergers & Acquisitions)
Hugh L. Patterson
Brian C. Purcell

Employee Benefits (ERISA) Law
Cher E. Wynkoop

Employment Law
William M. Furr
David A. Kushner

Mass Tort Litigation
Bruce T. Bishop (and Personal Injury, Products Liability Litigation)

Mergers & Acquisitions Law
Mark E. Slaughter

Personal Injury Litigation – Defendants
David C. Bowen (and Transportation)

Real Estate Law
Robert L. Dewey
Matthew M. Dudley
Thomas G. Johnson, Jr. (and Banking/Finance, Corporate)
Gregory D. Lydon
Lisa M. Murphy

Tax Law
Allan G. Donn (and Trusts and Estates)

Trusts & Estates
Neil L. Rose

The Ones to Watch (practicing for 5-9 years) include the following attorneys.

Corporate Law
Joseph B. Allen
William B. Tew

Mass Tort Litigation
Michele F. Dallman

Real Estate Law
Meredith P. Renegar

Michelle Shearon
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