Pashman Stein Walder Hayden P.C. Commercial Litigation Practice Ranked in 2023 Chambers USA Guide
Pashman Stein Walder Hayden P.C. is proud to announce that the firm’s Commercial Litigation practice has been ranked in Chambers USA Guide 2023 for the eighth year in a row, with Managing Partner Michael S. Stein also ranked again in the department.
“We are proud that we have once again received this prestigious ranking,” said Sean Mack, co-chair of the firm’s Litigation department. “The combination of our attorneys’ experience, work ethic, knowledge of local judicial culture, and, most importantly, the depth and strength of the firm’s litigation bench, puts our firm at the forefront of the litigation bar as go-to litigators for complex litigation, including high-profile matters and ‘bet the business’ disputes.”
“With many of our litigators hailing from large, international law firms, our litigation department provides the same sophisticated representation in a more cost-effective rate structure,“ said Brendan M. Walsh, co-chair of the firm’s Litigation department. “As a result, we are regularly retained as local counsel by national and international corporations of all sizes and by major, multinational Am Law 100 firms, providing unique insight in approaching and developing case strategies for state and federal matters throughout New Jersey and New York.”
Below is what the Chambers USA Guide 2023 had to say about Pashman Stein Walder Hayden’s Commercial Litigation department.
“What the team is known for
Pashman Stein Walder Hayden offers a strong litigation practice with notable experience in securities cases and other complex commercial disputes. It demonstrates extensive trial experience in both civil and criminal cases, and offers a respected appellate litigation practice.”
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The Chambers USA guide is published by Chambers & Partners. A description of the selection methodology can be found here.
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