Six Offit Kurman Attorneys Named to Pennsylvania/Delaware 2020 Super Lawyers and Rising Stars List
For Immediate Release
Philadelphia, PA | May 28, 2020
Offit Kurman is pleased to announce that six of the firm’s attorneys in our Pennsylvania region, which is comprised of locations in Harrisburg, Philadelphia, Plymouth Meeting and Wilmington, DE, have been selected for inclusions in the 2020 Super Lawyers and Rising Stars lists. In our Delaware office, Anthony Delcollo was selected for his work in the Labor & Employment arena. In our Philadelphia office, for Super Lawyers, we’d like to recognize Insurance Recovery attorney Jay Levin and Labor & Employment attorney Neil Morris. We’d also like to recognize, for the Rising Stars list, Ryan Boland and Meghan Finnerty both in Commercial Litigation with Ms. Finnerty also in our Insurance Recovery practice. In our Plymouth Meeting office, we’d like to recognize Joshua Quinter for his work in the Construction space.
Anthony Delcollo, located in our Wilmington, Delaware office, was selected for his work in the labor and employment space and practices in the areas of employment law, commercial law, construction litigation, government regulations, professional licensing, and provides clients advice regarding the right to keep and bear arms. He has represented clients before various administrative boards and Delaware courts. Although his practice focuses on courtroom litigation, Mr. Delcollo regularly consults with clients respecting construction contract formation, contract drafting, contractual interpretation, non-compete contracts, severance agreements, and employment contracts/executive compensation.
Jay Levin is an insurance recovery attorney and serves as the chair of the firm's Insurance Recovery practice group in the Philadelphia office. He focuses his practice on representing policyholders in disputes with insurance companies involving all types of insurance coverage. Mr. Levin has extensive litigation experience in multi-million property insurance coverage cases, including suits involving policy construction and application, cause and origin, valuation, and business interruption issues. He has assisted clients in successfully resolving eight and nine figure Hurricane Katrina and Superstorm Sandy cases without litigation, and successfully representing other policyholders in litigating Katrina and Sandy cases. Mr. Levin represents financial institutions and other commercial policyholders in claims arising under fidelity and crime policies, including claims arising out of defaulted mortgages and employee embezzlement. He has also litigated significant professional liability and general liability coverage cases. In the Directors and Officers liability area, Mr. Levin actively works with clients to resolve all types of disputes, including application of exclusions and allocation issues. He has also arbitrated cases before the American Arbitration Association and in private binding arbitration.
Neil Morris is Chair of the firm's Philadelphia Labor and Employment Group. He has passionately represented employers for the last 30 years. He concentrates in the areas of labor and employment, municipal labor law, employment discrimination, defamation defense, commercial litigation, and business litigation. He has served as Special/Labor Counsel for more than 35 Pennsylvania Townships and Boroughs, the County of Bucks and many private employers. He is often brought into municipalities to handle "crisis" situations involving employees and/or management.
Ryan Boland is a principal attorney who is part of Offit Kurman’s Commercial Litigation Group, with a concentration in Real Estate. He represents corporations, financial institutions, and individuals in the areas of complex commercial litigation, corporate litigation, and banking law. Mr. Boland also serves as outside general counsel to owner managed businesses. Mr. Boland has extensive experience in the areas of real estate litigation, employment litigation (including prosecuting and defending restrictive covenants), as well as providing general corporate and real estate advice. Mr. Boland also handles intellectual property law cases, including preparing, filing, and prosecuting federal trademark applications and arbitrating Uniform Domain-Name Dispute Resolution Policy (UDRP) disputes.
Meghan Finnerty is a commercial litigator with a varied practice, with an emphasis on assisting corporate and nonprofit policyholders as they navigate disputes with their insurance companies. Ms. Finnerty also has significant experience assisting companies in products liability and construction accident litigation. She has represented companies in fields such as energy, finance, construction, manufacturing and retail in commercial litigation disputes, and regularly serves as a sounding board for manufacturing clients on a wide variety of legal issues including, insurance losses, risk management, contractual indemnity, employee theft and collection issues.
Joshua Quinter is a commercial litigation attorney, with a focus on construction law, and an Associate Managing Principal. Mr. Quinter actively works with his clients in the areas of business planning, contract negotiation and project consulting, risk management and dispute resolution, and litigation. His client service and professionalism have earned him the distinction of being named a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer, a Lawyer on the Fast Track, and a Rising Star.
Super Lawyers is a rating service of outstanding lawyers from more than 70 practice areas who have attained a high-degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. The patented annual selection process includes independent research, peer nominations and peer evaluations.
For more information about Offit Kurman attorneys selected to the Super Lawyers and Rising Stars list, check out our page that includes all of our attorneys in all of our regions here.
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