Fourteen HRW Attorneys Named
2015 Massachusetts Super Lawyers

By William Sleight   October 19, 2015

Fourteen attorneys from Hirsch Roberts Weinstein LLP have been named 2015 Massachusetts Super Lawyers, as published in Boston Magazine.

The following HRW attorneys are named as Massachusetts Super Lawyers and Rising Stars:

  • Laurie R. Bishop – “Rising Star” in Employment Litigation: Defense;
  • Tobias W. Crawford – “Rising Star” in Employment & Labor;
  • John T. Graff – “Rising Star” in Business Litigation, Employment Litigation: Defense, Schools & Education;
  • Jeffrey L. Hirsch –Employment & Labor;
  • Arielle B. Kristan – “Rising Star” in Business Litigation, Employment Litigation: Defense, Administrative Law;
  • Richard S. Loftus – “Rising Star” in Employment & Labor, Employment Litigation: Defense, Business Litigation;
  • Sandra Sue McQuay – Business Litigation;
  • Peter J. Moser – Employment & Labor;
  • Kathy K. Mumma – “Rising Star” in Employment & Labor, Business Litigation;
  • C. Max Perlman – Business Litigation, Employment Litigation: Defense, Employment & Labor;
  • Catherine E. Reuben – Employment & Labor;
  • Scott A. Roberts – Employment Litigation: Defense, School & Education Law, Business Litigation;
  • Jerome N. Weinstein – Employment & Labor; and
  • David B. Wilson – Employment & Labor Law, Civil Litigation: Defense.

Super Lawyers is a rating service that recognizes outstanding and accomplished lawyers across the United States.  The selection process combines peer nominations and evaluations with third party research.  In order to be considered a Super Lawyer in Massachusetts, the attorney’s score must fall within the top 5% of lawyers in the state.  A Rising Star must score in the top 2.5% of lawyers age 40 and under.

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