Martin Lueck, Kathleen Flynn Peterson, Hollis Salzman, Ronald Schutz, Roman Silberfeld, Tara Sutton, and K. Craig Wildfang were named to the 2015-2016 Lawdragon "500 Leading Lawyers in America" list.
Martin Lueck is the Chairman of the firm's Executive Board. He is a trial lawyer experienced in the areas of commercial litigation, patent, antitrust, and competition law.
Kathleen Flynn Peterson is a partner in the Medical Malpractice and Personal Injury Group. She represents individuals and families who have experienced death or injury as a result of medical negligence.
Hollis Salzman is the Assistant Managing Partner and Hiring Partner of the New York office, and Co-Chair of the Antitrust and Trade Regulation Group. She has particular depth of experience in prosecuting antitrust violations involving international cartels.
Ronald Schutz is the Chair of the firm’s Intellectual Property Litigation group, Regional Managing Partner of the law firm’s New York office and a member of the firm's Executive Board.
Roman Silberfeld is the firm’s National Trial Chair and a member of the Executive Board. He practices in the areas of business litigation, mass tort, intellectual property litigation, and health care litigation.
Tara Sutton is the Chair of the firm’s Mass Tort group and a member of the Executive Board. She focuses her practice on representing individuals who have been harmed by the pharmaceutical and medical device injury.
K. Craig Wildfang is Co-Chair of the firm’s Antitrust and Trade Regulation Group. He regularly represents clients in civil antitrust actions and provides counsel on a wide variety of antitrust and trade regulation issues from mergers and joint ventures to marketing and sales programs.
According to Lawdragon, The Lawdragon 500 Leading Lawyers in America is the leading guide to the nation's best lawyers and judges. It is comprised of private lawyers from a wide range of practices, as well as in-house counsel, law professors, judges and neutrals, government attorneys, and public interest lawyers. Those named to the list represent less than one-half of one percent of the legal profession, placing them among the most elite group of legal professionals.