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Goulston & Storrs Tallies 48 Super Lawyers and Rising Stars in 2020

November 12, 2020Press Releases

    Goulston & Storrs Tallies 48 Super Lawyers and Rising Stars in 2020

    November 12, 2020

    Goulston & Storrs is pleased to announce that 48 of its lawyers have been recognized as Super Lawyers and Rising Stars. Super Lawyers, a nationwide rating service for lawyers in more than 70 substantive practice areas, conferred its distinctive recognitions on both junior and senior lawyers from multiple practice disciplines in the firm’s Boston, New York, and Washington, D.C. offices.

    The Super Lawyer and Rising Star recognitions were broadly distributed among lawyers in the firm’s corporate, employment, environmental, intellectual property, litigation, private client, real estate, and tax practices. Goulston & Storrs is pleased with these acknowledgements of individual distinction, which are based on a combination of independent research, peer nominations, and peer evaluations, according to the Super Lawyers website.

    The up and coming lawyers who earned “Rising Star” distinctions include:

    • Timothy John Carter, a corporate finance and bankruptcy lawyer who represents commercial agents, borrowers, creditors, debtors, and lenders
    • Alex Dockery, a litigator and arbitration advocate who facilitates all kinds of commercial dispute resolutions for many types of clients, especially in the construction industry
    • Brian Dugdale, a real estate attorney who represents clients in the education, housing, retail, and transportation sectors
    • Patrick J. Gallagher, a real estate attorney who handles matters involving acquisitions, dispositions, development, and leasing for all kinds of clients
    • Kathryn M. Hess, a real estate attorney who focuses her practice on commercial real estate matters including acquisitions, financing, and leasing.
    • Insung Kim, who is a tax attorney dealing with cross-border and domestic transactions, involving mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, financing, restructuring, and tax credits
    • Paul Momnie, a real estate lawyer who focuses on development, permitting, and land use while also providing counsel regarding condominium and joint venture formation
    • Jonathan Nichols, a real estate lawyer who deals with acquisitions and dispositions, as well as development, financing, and leasing matters
    • Carla Reeves, an employment counselor and litigator who also handles sensitive internal investigations and responses to government inquiries for clients in many industries
    • Alana Rusin, a real estate litigator who also handles business and probate litigation
    • Rebecca Tunney, an attorney who provides complex estate and tax planning for individuals and families, as well as succession planning and charitable giving advice
    • Daniel J. Valenti, who represents institutions, private equity funds, sponsors, developers, borrowers, lenders, and joint ventures in complex debt and equity financing and other matters

    Goulston & Storrs is also pleased to note that the following highly experienced attorneys achieved Super Lawyer status in 2020:

    • Ned Abelson of Boston
    • David Abromowitz of Boston
    • Mark D. Balk of Boston
    • Mark M. Christopher of Boston
    • Peter D. Corbett of Boston
    • Timothy J. Dacey III of Boston
    • Nancy Davids of Boston
    • Josh Davis of Boston
    • Jason Dunn of Boston
    • Martin M. Fantozzi of Boston
    • Jennifer Furey of Boston
    • Martin A. Glazer of Boston
    • Deborah Horwitz of Boston
    • Matthew J. Kiefer of Boston
    • Jordan Krasnow of Boston
    • James Lerner of Boston
    • Frank Litwin of Boston
    • Suma Nair of Boston
    • Kevin O’Flaherty of Boston
    • Jonathan Pearlson of Boston
    • Douglas Rosner of Boston
    • Alan W. Rottenberg of Boston
    • Thomas J. Sartory of Boston
    • William M. Seuch of Boston
    • Mark E. Swirbalus of Boston
    • James Wallack of Boston
    • Richard M. Zielinski of Boston
    • Brian M. Cohen of New York
    • Martin D. Edel of New York
    • Abraham Leitner of New York
    • David J. Rabinovitz of New York
    • Maureen Dwyer of Washington, D.C.
    • Phil T. Feola of Washington, D.C.
    • Allison Prince of Washington, D.C.
    • John Ratino of Washington, D.C.
    • Wendy White of Washington, D.C.