October 28, 2019
14 Paley Rothman Attorneys Selected by Peers to Bethesda Magazine’s List of Top Attorneys
- October 28, 2019
- Related Attorneys: Carlos Lastra, Daniel Hodin, David Shapiro, Glenn Cooper, Hope Eastman, James Hammerschmidt, Jeffrey Kolender, Michelle Chapin, Paul Marcotte, Jr., Robert Maclay, Tracey Coates, Trish Weaver, Wayne Eig
- Related Practice Areas: Alternative Dispute Resolution, Appellate Practice, Corporate, Employment Law, Estate & Trust Administration, Estate Planning, Family Law, Health Law, Real Estate: Business, Real Estate: Individual, Science & Technology, Tax: Business, Tax: Individual
Fourteen attorneys were featured across twelve practice areas in the Top Attorneys feature in the November/December issue of Bethesda Magazine.
"We asked more than 1,800 attorneys who practice regularly in Montgomery County who they would hire if they needed a lawyer."
The Paley Rothman attorneys selected to this year's list include:
- Michelle Chapin - Trusts and Estates
- Tracey Coates - Family/Divorce
- Glenn Cooper - Family/Divorce
- Hope Eastman - Employment - Employer
- Wayne Eig - Tax
- Jim Hammerschmidt - Employment - Employee, Employment - Employer
- Daniel Hodin - Real Estate - Commercial, Real Estate - Residential
- Art House - Alternative Dispute Resolution, Intellectual Property
- Jeffrey Kolender - Trusts and Estates
- Carlos Lastra - Family/Divorce
- Robert Maclay - Business/Corporate
- Paul Marcotte - Tax
- David Shapiro - Business/Corporate, Health Care
- Trish Weaver - Appellate
Thank you to all who selected our attorneys for this designation! You can find our profile on page 135 in Bethesda Magazine.
September 14, 2021
Jessica Summers Published an Article On Bloomberg Law And Examines What The FDA Final Approval Of The Pfizer Vaccine Means For Employer Mandates.
Employment lawyer, Jessica Summers, explains how the FDA approval for the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine cleared the way for employers to implement employee vaccination requirements.Read More
Legislation has been introduced that would give Montgomery County’s employees limited time to prove vaccination or face termination.Read More