Sixteen Gibbons Attorneys Listed In New York Metro Super Lawyers And Rising Stars; Gibbons Participates In Suits For Success Clothing Drive

Monday, September 22, 2014 - 15:15

Gibbons P.C. is pleased to announce that 15 attorneys from the firm’s New York office have been selected for the 2014 edition of New York Metro Super Lawyers and one has been selected for New York Metro Rising Stars.

Kim M. Catullo, chair of the firm’s Products Liability Department, was also selected among the Top 50 Female Attorneys in New York.

The 2014 New York Super Lawyers list includes the following firm directors and counsel, with their respective areas of practice: Paul E. Asfendis, Personal Injury Defense: Products; Anthony P. Callaghan, Business Litigation; Kim M. Catullo, Civil Litigation Defense; Catherine M.C. Farrelly, Intellectual Property; Patrick C. Dunican Jr., Business Litigation; Shepard A. Federgreen, Real Estate; Peter G. Flägel, Securities & Corporate Finance; David J. Freeman, Environmental, Environmental Litigation; R. Scott Garley, Securities Litigation; William M. Moran, Securities Litigation; Terry Myers, Business/Corporate; Jeffrey L. Nagel, Business Litigation; Paul A. Saso, Business Litigation; Mark S. Sidoti, Civil Litigation Defense; and Ethan D. Stein, Personal Injury Defense: Products.

Daniel Weinberger, Business Litigation was listed in the Rising Stars section.


Gibbons is proud to be a contributor to Suits for Success, a clothing drive sponsored by the Essex County Bar Association. Suits for Success is a charitable organization that provides professional attire to those in need who are seeking employment.

Employees at Gibbons donated hundreds of items for the clothing drive, including men’s and women’s suits, blazers, shirts, shoes and accessories. This clothing drive was supported through the firm’s community outreach program “Gibbons Cares,” through which the firm donates more than $1 million annually, as well as extensive pro bono service, to these efforts, tackling issues of national and statewide magnitude while simultaneously devoting serious volunteer attention to local communities.

Founded in 1999, Suits for Success was originally established as Dress for Success Jersey City, New Jersey, with the goal to offer professional attire to low-income women living in Jersey City. A high demand for similar services for local males prompted the organization to expand services, and in 2009, the organization changed their legal name to "Suits for Success, Inc."