Connell Foley LLP Recognized in 2018 Chambers USA

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Connell Foley LLP is pleased to announce that the firm once again was recognized as a leading law firm in Chambers USA. In addition, the firm earned new practice group rankings in the 2018 edition of the directory. Chambers USA is widely recognized as one of the most respected rankings of lawyers and law firms in the country.

Connell Foley earned the following rankings for 2018:

Litigation: Insurance (Band 2). According to Chambers, the team is known as a: "[s]killful outfit acting on behalf of insurers in coverage and subrogation disputes, regularly selected to represent clients in many large and high-profile cases. Possesses experience covering environmental insurance litigation, mass and toxic torts, and product liability matters."

Real Estate (Band 3).  As published in the Chambers directory, the team is known for a: "[f]lourishing practice which offers a wide range of real estate services, with expertise in transactional, development and financing matters. Frequently involved in high-profile residential and commercial projects throughout the state. Also has notable expertise in land use and related environmental concerns."

Kevin Coakley - Real Estate (Band 2).  According to Chambers, Kevin "is able to advise on virtually all facets of high-profile real estate projects, from zoning, permitting and associated environmental issues through to development and transactional matters. 

John Lacey - Litigation: White-Collar Crime & Government Investigations (Band 3). As noted in the Chambers directory, John "draws upon his previous experience as a prosecutor to offer clients a comprehensive white-collar criminal and governmental investigations practice. 

Jonathan McHenry - Litigation: Insurance (Band 3). Chambers writes that Jon "is described by a client as 'a very adept strategist who knows all the players in the jurisdiction. He is responsive and such a nice person to work with, and he gets really great results. He's sophisticated enough to handle complex cases and has enough gravitas to take on cases of any size.'"

*A description of the selection methodology can be found here." No aspect of this advertisement has been approved by the Supreme Court of New Jersey.

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