Harter Secrest & Emery Attorneys Named to 2020 Upstate New York Super Lawyers, Rising Stars Lists

Harter Secrest & Emery LLP, a full-service business law firm with offices throughout New York, announced that 25 of the firm’s attorneys have been selected for inclusion in the 2020 Upstate New York Super Lawyers list and another 12 attorneys have been recognized on the 2020 Upstate New York Rising Stars list.

HSE attorneys selected for inclusion on the 2020 Upstate New York Super Lawyers list are:

Peter H. Abdella Paul W. Holloway Rowland Richards
Kenneth W. Africano John G. Horn Sheldon K. Smith
Thomas R. Anderson William A. Hoy IV Erika N.D. Stanat
Jerauld E. Brydges Thomas J. Hurley Patrick M. Tomovic
Jeffrey J. Calabrese David M. Kresock Jeffrey A. Wadsworth
Theresa A. Conroy Ross P. Lanzafame Craig S. Wittlin
Gregory J. Coughlin Raymond P. Miller Richard T. Yarmel
Megan K. Dorritie Martin W. O’Toole
Amy L. Hemenway Christopher M. Potash

HSE attorneys selected for inclusion on the 2020 Upstate New York Rising Stars list are:

Daniel J. Altieri Daniel W. Collins Sarah A. Pellerin
John W. (Jack) Brill Christina M. Deats Laura K. Schwalbe
Diana R. Clarkson Anna S.M. McCarthy Edward H. (Ted) Townsend
Jessica N. Clemente Timothy W. Menasco Kristin F. Zimar

Super Lawyers recognizes attorneys who have distinguished themselves in their legal practice. The patented selection process takes a diverse list of the top attorneys in the country as nominated by their peers. The nominations are then validated with third-party research across 12 key categories of peer recognition and professional achievement, and reviewed by a highly-credentialed panel of attorneys. Only five percent (5%) of attorneys are selected for recognition as Super Lawyers, and only 2.5 percent (2.5%) of attorneys are selected as Rising Stars. The Super Lawyers lists are published annually as a special supplement in leading newspapers and city and regional magazines across the country.

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