Troutman Pepper Recognized in Benchmark Litigation 2024

Oct 10 2023

Troutman Pepper and 25 attorneys with the firm have been recognized in the 2024 edition of Benchmark Litigation – United States, a guide that provides analysis of commercial and financial litigators and law firms across the country. Rankings and editorials are based on interviews with the nation’s leading private practice lawyers and in-house counsel.

Troutman Pepper earned a national Tier 2 ranking in the Product Liability and Recall category and regional recognition in Georgia, Pennsylvania, and Virginia for Dispute Resolution. Twenty-five Troutman Pepper attorneys were recognized as Litigation Stars, Future Litigation Stars, and Labor and Employment Stars based on their strong case records and positive client and peer feedback.

Litigation Stars:

Robert Angle (Virginia)

David Anthony (Virginia)

Michael E. Baughman (Pennsylvania)

Francis P. Devine III (Pennsylvania)

William Droze (Georgia)

Sean Fahey (Pennsylvania)

Alison Grounds (Georgia)

James Lamberth (Georgia)

James Manley Jr. (Georgia)

Timothy Mast (Georgia)

Thomas E. Reilly (Georgia)

Angelo Stio III (Pennsylvania)

Robin P. Sumner (Pennsylvania)

Jaime Theriot (Georgia)

John West (Virginia)

Future Litigation Stars:

David Gettings (Virginia)

Jeremy Heep (Pennsylvania)

Lindsey Mann (Georgia)

Megan Conway Rahman (Virginia)

Eric Rumanek (Georgia)

Timothy St. George (Virginia)

Labor and Employment Stars:

Román D. Hernández (Oregon)

Christopher Moran (Pennsylvania)

40 & Under List:

Puja Patel Lea (Georgia)

Kevin Wallace (New York)

Benchmark Litigation identifies leading U.S. attorneys and firms at the local and national levels. Results are the culmination of a six-month research period, during which researchers conduct extensive interviews with litigators, dispute resolution specialists, and their clients to identify the leading litigators and firms. Recent casework handled by firms is examined and sources are asked to offer their professional opinions on litigators practicing within their state or national practice areas. Firms and individuals cannot pay to be recommended in the guide.

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