Twenty-one partners at Saul Ewing LLP have been recognized for legal excellence in the 12th edition of The Best Lawyers in America, a prestigious biennial list published by Woodward/ White, Inc.
Attorneys in the Philadelphia office named to the list are Stephen S. Aichele, real estate law; James M. Becker, white-collar criminal defense; Carl B. Everett, environmental law; Paul M. Hummer, insurance law; George T. Magnatta, public finance law; George E. Rahn Jr., construction law; Herbert S. Riband Jr., trusts and estates; John F. Stoviak, environmental law; Frederick D. Strober, real estate law, and J. Clayton Undercofler, white-collar criminal defense.
Attorneys selected from the Baltimore office are Henry Abrams, First Amendment law; Harriet E. Cooperman, labor and employment law; William E. Scholtes, trusts and estates; Jay A. Shulman, bankruptcy and creditor-debtor rights law, and Irving E. Walker, bankruptcy and creditor-debtor rights law.
In Harrisburg, Michael Consedine, insurance law; Constance Foster, insurance law, and John B. Lampi, banking law.
Attorneys from the Wilmington office named are Norman L. Pernick, bankruptcy and creditor-debtor rights law, and Wendie C. Stabler, real estate law. Stephen B. Genzer, from the Newark office, was selected for energy law
Pamela S. Goodwin, Partner in the Environmental Department, and Princeton Office Managing Partner of Saul Ewing, was appointed chair of the Clean Water Council of New Jersey on September 13. Ms. Goodwin has been acting chair and vice chair of the council since she was reappointed by acting Governor Richard J. Codey on July 12. This will be her second term. Ms. Goodwin was originally chosen by previous New Jersey governor, Christine Todd Whitman. For 25 years, Ms. Goodwin has devoted her practice to litigation and environmental counseling.