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October 17, 2017

Nineteen Preti Flaherty attorneys selected for inclusion in 2017 Super Lawyers

PORTLAND, Maine— Nineteen Preti Flaherty attorneys have been selected for recognition by Super Lawyers.

Of those nineteen, nine have been selected for inclusion in the 2017 list of New England Super Lawyers; seven have been named as 2017 New England Rising Stars; in the firm’s Boston office, three attorneys have been recognized as Massachusetts Super Lawyers; and one has been named to the Massachusetts Rising Stars listing.

Only five percent of attorneys in the United States are selected to Super Lawyers, and half of that percentage are included in the service’s Rising Stars list. Super Lawyers recognizes attorneys who have distinguished themselves in their legal practice and have attained a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. The service’s listing selection process includes, peer nominations, peer evaluations, and independent research.

The Preti Flaherty attorneys recognized by Super Lawyers, with their primary locations and selected practice areas, include:

2017 New England Super Lawyers

  • Concord, New Hampshire
    • William C. Saturley, Business Litigation
    • John M. Sullivan, Bankruptcy: Business
  • Portland, Maine
    • John P. Doyle, Jr., Health Care
    • Gregory P. Hansel, Business Litigation
    • Christopher D. Nyhan, Personal Injury General: Defense
    • Jonathan S. Piper, Business Litigation
    • Daniel Rapaport, Personal Injury Medical Malpractice: Defense
    • Sigmund D. Schutz, Environmental Litigation
    • David B. Van Slyke, Environmental

2017 New England Rising Stars

  • Portland, Maine
    • R. Benjamin Borowski, Energy & Resources
    • John J. Cronan, III, Workers’ Compensation
    • Benjamin Piper, Business Litigation
    • Laura A. Rideout, Environmental
    • Michael S. Smith, Business Litigation
    • Matthew S. Warner, General Litigation

2017 Massachusetts Super Lawyers

  • Boston, Massachusetts
    • Wesley S. Chused, Transportation/Maritime
    • Paul R. Greenberg, Personal Injury Medical Malpractice: Defense
    • William C. Saturley, Business Litigation

2017 Massachusetts Rising Stars

  • Boston, Massachusetts
    • Daniel R. Sonneborn, Personal Injury Medical Malpractice: Defense

Research for Super Lawyers is performed by Law & Politics, a publisher of legal magazines.

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