NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Newman Ferrara LLP (www.nfllp.com) announced today that named partner Lucas A. Ferrara has once again been rated one of New York’s “Top 100” legal professionals in the 2016 edition of New York Metro Super Lawyers Magazine. In addition, six other firm attorneys were ranked as “Super Lawyers,” including partners Jonathan H. Newman, Jarred I. Kassenoff, and Jeffrey M. Norton, and Of Counsel, Randolph M. McLaughlin, Debra S. Cohen, and Jon B. Felice. One partner, Ricardo M. Vera, and four associates, Noe Solorzano, Matthew J. Correia, Roman Grutman, and Jonathan A. Ozarow, were nominated as “Rising Stars.”
“It is no small feat that, year after year, so many of our attorneys are honored in this fashion. Our firm offers a wide array of practice areas so it is particularly validating to be recognized for the breadth of skills, experience, and commitment we bring to the table,” noted managing partner and firm co-founder, Jonathan H. Newman.
To develop the annual Super Lawyers listings, researchers with Thomson Reuters solicit nominations from attorneys across the New York metro region. A blue-ribbon panel assists with final selections, and less than 5 percent of eligible attorneys earn selection. The full lists are available online athttp://www.superlawyers.com, and the Super Lawyers list appears in both The New York Times Magazine and New York Super Lawyers magazine.
Named partners Jonathan H. Newman and Lucas A. Ferrara focus their practice on real estate and commercial litigation representing real-estate developers, contractors, building owners, Fortune 500 corporations, condominium and cooperative boards, and tenants’ associations. In addition, Mr. Ferrara is the author of a three-volume treatise entitled Landlord and Tenant Practice in New York and is an adjunct professor at New York Law School.
Firm partners Jarred I. Kassenoff and Ricardo Vera concentrate their practice in the areas of complex commercial real estate disputes, insolvency issues, zoning and tax matters. Mr. Kassenoff has published numerous articles in the New York State Bar Association Journal and the New York Law Journal, and is regularly quoted in The New York Times for his real estate expertise.
Firm partner Jeffrey M. Norton is chair of the firm’s Class Action and Complex Litigation practice group where he focuses on securities litigation, shareholder rights, commercial disputes, and consumer litigation. Mr. Norton is also an adjunct professor at Pace Law School.
Randolph M. McLaughlin, a professor at Pace Law School, co-chairs the firm’s Civil Rights practice group with Debra S. Cohen, who is an adjunct professor at Pace Law School. McLaughlin and Cohen focus their practice on fair housing, land use, open government, police misconduct, employment discrimination, and marriage equality.
Jon B. Felice leads the firm’s residential and commercial transactions department together with associates Matthew J. Correia and Roman Grutman.
Associates Noe Solorzano and Jonathan A. Ozarow are each actively engaged in the firm’s commercial and residential real estate practice, concentrating on litigation and transactional matters.
Newman Ferrara maintains a diverse New York practice with attorneys specializing in complex commercial and multi-party litigation with an emphasis on securities and shareholder litigation, consumer protection, civil rights, and real estate. For more information, please visit the firm website at www.nfllp.com.