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Greenbaum, Rowe, Smith & Davis LLP is pleased to announce the selection of 37 of the firm’s attorneys for inclusion in the 2023 edition of New Jersey Super Lawyers, a Thompson Reuters business, following the publication’s annual nomination, research and blue-ribbon review process.

Jack Fersko and Mark H. Sobel are featured on the 2023 “Top 100” list. 

Eight attorneys from the firm are listed as 2023 New Jersey Rising Stars: Jessica M. Carroll, Joel Clymer, Irene Hsieh, Kersten Kortbawi, Steven G. Mlenak, David C. Scott, Fay L. Szakal, and Charles J. Vaccaro.

The complete list of the firm's attorneys recognized in the 2023 edition of New Jersey Super Lawyers follows, listed by primary area of practice and in alphabetical order:

Banking Environmental
Lydia C. Stefanowicz David B. Farer
  Jay A. Jaffe
Bankruptcy: Business David C. Scott (Rising Stars)
David L. Bruck  
Nancy Isaacson Estate & Trust Litigation
  Michael A. Backer
Fay L. Szakal (Rising Stars) Estate & Probate 
  Michael K. Feinberg
Business Litigation   
Irene Hsieh (Rising Stars) Family Law 
Emily A. Kaller Mark H. Sobel (Top 100)
Alan S. Naar  
Paul A. Rowe General Litigation
Charles J. Vaccaro (Rising Stars) Kersten Kortbawi (Rising Stars)
Civil Litigation: Defense  Health Care
Darren C. Barreiro Jessica M. Carroll (Rising Stars)
John D. North Robert B. Hille
  John Zen Jackson
Construction Litigation  Andrew F. McBride, III
Dennis A. Estis  James A. Robertson
Steven Nudelman  
  Labor & Employment
Criminal Defense Maja M. Obradovic
Christopher D. Adams  
  Land Use/Zoning
Employee Benefits Steven G. Mlenak (Rising Stars)
Thomas C. Senter  
  Mergers & Acquisitions 
Employment Litigation: Defense Alan E. Davis
Joel Clymer (Rising Stars) W. Raymond Felton 
Jemi Goulian Lucey  
  Real Estate 
  Thomas J. Denitzio, Jr.
  Jack Fersko (Top 100)
  Robert S. Goldsmith
  Christine F. Li

New Jersey Super Lawyers selects attorneys using a multiphase selection process that combines peer nominations and evaluations with independent research.  Candidates are evaluated on 12 indicators of peer recognition and professional achievement. Selections are made on an annual, state-by-state basis. Visit the Super Lawyers website for additional information on its selection process.

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