Norris McLaughlin, P.A. Highlighted in Chambers USA 2017

Posted on July 31st, 2017

Norris McLaughlin, P.A., is proud to announce that Chambers USA, one of the oldest and most prestigious legal listings in the world, has named the Firm and two of its lawyers to its list of the leading law firms and lawyers in New Jersey for 2017. This recognition demonstrates the firm’s investment in and development of practice areas, as well as its commitment to preeminence in the legal industry.

Edward A. Hogan and Martha N. Donovan, Members of the Firm and Co-Chairs of its Environmental Law Group, were ranked Band 1, the highest ranking an attorney can receive, in the Environment section. Hogan has been recognized for over a decade for his experience in site remediation matters and his numerous commendations for his counsel on air, water, waste and chemical regulatory matters. Clients said he is “very commercial, very experienced, and very responsive.” Donovan received praise for her litigation and negotiation skills, and is highlighted for her expertise in insurance coverage and property damage claims.

In addition, the Firm was recognized in the Environment category for being regularly sought out to represent before the state and federal courts, as well as various agencies. The Environmental Law Group is designated as a well-respected group with extensive experience in handling disputes concerning contaminated land and property damage claims.

Chambers USA ranks firms and attorneys considered leaders in their field. Chambers and Partners have been publishing their world-famous guides to the legal profession since 1990. In addition, they host major award ceremonies in London and New York to honor the achievements of the world’s leading lawyers. The key to the success of their legal directories and the validity of their awards is the in-depth, unbiased research conducted by Chambers’ team of highly qualified and experienced researchers. The guiding principle behind Chambers USA is to meet the needs and expectations of the client.

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