Harter Secrest & Emery Attorneys Named to 2021 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 24 of the firm’s attorneys have been selected for inclusion in the 2021 Upstate New York Super Lawyers list and another 16 attorneys have been recognized on the 2021 Upstate New York Rising Stars list.

HSE attorneys selected for inclusion on the 2021 Upstate New York Super Lawyers list are:

Peter H. Abdella

Paul W. Holloway

Kimberly I. Shimomura

Kenneth W. Africano

John G. Horn

Sheldon K. Smith

Jerauld E. Brydges

William A. Hoy IV

Edward J. Snyder

Jeffrey J. Calabrese

Thomas J. Hurley

Erika N.D. Stanat

Theresa A. Conroy

Ross P. Lanzafame

Patrick M. Tomovic

Megan K. Dorritie

Martin W. O’Toole

Jeffrey A. Wadsworth

Brian M. Feldman

Christopher M. Potash

Craig S. Wittlin

Amy L. Hemenway

Rowland Richards

Richard T. Yarmel

HSE attorneys selected for inclusion on the 2021 Upstate New York Rising Stars list are:

Lindsey N. Bober

Christina M. Deats

Rayza R. Santiago

Iskra M. Bonanno

Anna S.M. McCarthy

Glenn R. Schieck

Sarah H. Brennan

Lauren R. Mendolera

Edward H. (Ted) Townsend

Diana R. Clarkson

Jacob D. Merrill

Kristin F. Zimar

Jessica N. Clemente

Sarah A. Pellerin

 

Daniel W. Collins

Margaret K. Rhoda

 

Super Lawyers is a rating service of outstanding lawyers from more than 70 practice areas who have attained a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. The patented selection process includes independent research, peer nominations and peer evaluations.

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