Press Release: For Immediate Release: April 2006
Teaneck, NJ March 30, 2006 — Davis, Saperstein & Salomon, P.C. a Teaneck based law firm which concentrates its practice on personal injury and employment law, today announced that three of its attorneys have been selected as being among the top 5 percent of all lawyers in the State of New Jersey. Partners Sam Davis, Marc Saperstein and Garry R. Salomon have been named as New Jersey” Super Lawyers” in the April issue of New Jersey Monthly Magazine.
“Super Lawyers” names New Jersey’s top lawyers as chosen by their peers and through the independent research of Law & Politics magazine. The list of 2006 New Jersey Super Lawyers covers 55 practice areas and is based upon surveys of more than 35,000 New Jersey lawyers who were asked to nominate the “best attorneys they’ve personally observed in action.” In addition to the surveys, Law & Politics Magazine conducts its own research, which includes interviews with each candidate and verification of all information and good standing. The successful nominees are then listed in “Super Lawyers,” which is published annually in the April Issue of New Jersey Monthly Magazine and New Jersey Super Lawyers Magazine.
The Cedar Lane Teaneck law firm Davis, Saperstein & Salomon, P.C. is a nationally recognized personal injury firm and has participated in some of the largest cases in America, including pro-bono representation of 9/11 victims as well as litigating class actions against the tobacco and pharmaceutical industries.
“Being recognized by our fellow trial lawyers is truly an honor and we are grateful for that recognition” stated Garry R. Salomon, the managing director of the firm. Salomon further stated, “The exceptional legal work of our attorneys could never be accomplished without the help of our exceptional trial attorneys, support staff and paralegals; they deserve the recognition as well.”
This year, the law firm will be the focus of much attention since partner Marc C. Saperstein will be installed as President of the New Jersey Chapter of the Association of Trial Lawyers of America. As part of his many functions, Saperstein will lead and set policy for over 2,000 trial attorneys throughout New Jersey. In addition, he will be the voice of thousands of New Jersey accident victims by providing testimony before the New Jersey Assembly and Senate. Says Saperstein, “Being able to stand up for the little guy, in either the Court Room or before the Legislature has given me the greatest satisfaction in my career, and I am humbled by that honor.”