Seven HRW Attorneys Included in the
Best Lawyers in America for 2017

By Kelly Margeson   August 24, 2016

HRW is proud to announce that seven of our attorneys were selected by their peers for inclusion in the 2017 edition of The Best Lawyers in America®.

Best Lawyers is one of the most highly-regarded peer-review publications in the legal profession. Selection to Best Lawyers is based on an exhaustive and rigorous peer-review survey comprising more than three million confidential evaluations by top attorneys.

The HRW attorneys honored are:

  • Jeffrey L. Hirsch: – Employment Law – Management, Labor Law – Management, Litigation – Labor and Employment;
  • Peter J. Moser: – Employment Law – Management, Litigation – Labor and Employment;
  • C. Max Perlman: – Commercial Litigation, Employment Law – Management, Litigation – Labor and Employment;
  • Catherine E. Reuben: Employment Law – Management, Labor Law – Management, Litigation – Labor and Employment ;
  • Scott A. Roberts: – Commercial Litigation, Education Law, Employment Law – Management, and Litigation – Labor and Employment;
  • Jerome N. Weinstein: – Employment Law – Management, Labor Law – Management; and
  • David B. Wilson: – Employment Law – Management, Litigation – Labor and Employment.

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