The firm is pleased to announce that 12 (12) Szaferman Lakind attorneys have been named within the 2022 New Jersey Super Lawyers lists released by Thomson Reuters.

The peers of their profession recognize them as part of the legal world. The attorneys on the 2022 list cover seven (7) specializations, which include: Family Law, General Litigation, Personal Injury Plaintiff, Class Action, Environmental Litigation, Workers Compensation, as well as Employment & Labor. The Szaferman Lakind lawyers included on the list for 2022 are:

  • Barry Szaferman, Family Law
  • Brian G. Paul, Family Law
  • Arnold C. Lakind, General Litigation
  • Craig J. Hubert, Personal Injury Litigation Plaintiff
  • Robert E. Lytle, Class Action
  • Michael R. Paglione, Personal Injury Litigation Plaintiff
  • Janine G. Bauer, Environmental Litigation
  • Jeffrey K. Epstein, Family Law
  • Samuel M. Gaylord, Workers”Compensation
  • Tanya L. Phillips, Workers’ Compensation
  • Daniel S. Sweetser, Employment & Labor

Thomas J. Manzo, Personal Injury Litigation the Plaintiff (2022 New Jersey Super Lawyers Rising Stars List)

Partners Thomas Manzo was included in the 2022 New Jersey Super Lawyers Rising Stars list for the third year.

In the words of Super Lawyers, “Each candidate is evaluated based on 12 criteria of peer recognition and professional excellence. They are selected on a regular state-by-state basis. The goal is to produce an accurate, complete, and varied list of top lawyers that can be used as a reference for lawyers and those seeking legal advice.” The list is based on a 5percent of lawyers getting selected for inclusion on the Super Lawyers list, and only 2.5 percent are selected for the Rising Stars list. Candidates can be qualified to be Rising Stars if they are under 40 years old or have been in practice for less than 10 years.

“We are humbled and honored to learn that twelve Szaferman Lakind attorneys were chosen for inclusion on the current Super Lawyers lists,” stated co-producing partner Barry Szaferman. “We are grateful to Super Lawyers and our peers within the legal world for this recognition. We wish to express our gratitude to all the attorneys and employees at our firm for their ongoing commitment and dedication to the clients we serve.”

Founded in 1977, Szaferman Lakind is a full-service, Martindale-Hubbell(TM) AV-Preeminent(r) law firm that was listed among U.S. News & World Report(TM)’s Best Law Firms(r) from 2014 through 2022. * The firm is located in Lawrenceville, New Jersey; Szaferman Lakind has more than 30 attorneys that provide legal advice for investors, companies professionals, families, and individuals in various areas, including family law commercial and general litigation including personal injury, workers compensation business, and estate planning, and business law. To contact Szaferman Lakind,

Some Szaferman Lakind lawyers have been included on the Super Lawyers(TM) list(s). These Super Lawyers lists are published by Thomson Reuters(r). A description of the selection methodology can be found at Szaferman-Lakind was selected for the U.S. News – Best Lawyers(r) “Best Law Firms” list. This Best Law Firms list is released in conjunction with U.S. News & World Report(TM) and Best Lawyers(r). A description of the selection methodologies can be found at The Supreme Court of New Jersey has recognized this advertisement in no way.

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