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Pashman Stein Walder Hayden P.C. Practice Areas and Lawyers Recognized by Chambers USA 2020 Guide


Pashman Stein Walder Hayden P.C. is proud to announce that Chambers USA 2020 guide has once again ranked the firm in New Jersey in the fields of General Commercial Litigation and White-Collar Crime & Government Investigations.

Chambers USA ranks the top lawyers and law firms in the United States. Chambers researchers interview those active in the market, including clients and other lawyers, assess recent work, and rank lawyers and law firms on several factors and considerations, which are investigated by their research team. Below is what the Chambers USA 2020 guide had to say about Pashman Stein Walder Hayden.

“What the team is known for

Top-tier litigation practice, particularly noted for its strength in white-collar criminal defense proceedings as well as government and internal investigations. Also impresses in securities cases and other complex commercial disputes. Demonstrates extensive trial experience in both civil and criminal cases. Also offers a respected appellate litigation practice.

Notable practitioners

Michael Stein offers vast experience in civil litigation, spanning breach of contract disputes and business torts. 

Market commentators respect Aidan O'Connor for his ‘creative legal mind’ and ability to ‘separate the important facts from the nonsense,’ noting that he is ‘an absolute pleasure to work with.’ He frequently defends individuals accused of fraud and corruption.

Joseph Hayden is a celebrated criminal defense attorney, who acts for clients across the full gamut of white-collar criminal proceedings. 

Justin Walder has earned an outstanding reputation for his practice in white-collar criminal defense. 

About Chambers USA

The Chambers USA guide is published by Chambers & Partners. A description of the selection methodology can be found at

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