The Best Lawyers in America 2018 names Neil A. Goldberg, Thomas P. Bernier, Albert J. D'Aquino, and David L. Brown "Lawyers of the Year," Lists Thirty-two Goldberg Segalla Attorneys

The Best Lawyers in America© has named Goldberg Segalla partners Neil A. Goldberg, Thomas P. Bernier, Albert J. D’Aquino, and David L. Brown each a 2018 “Lawyer of the Year” in their respective locations and practice areas. The publication recognized Neil as Buffalo Product Liability (Defendants) Lawyer of the Year, Tom as Baltimore Product Liability (Defendants) Lawyer of the Year, Al as Buffalo Insurance Lawyer of the Year, and David as Greensboro Insurance Lawyer of the Year for 2018.

Only a single lawyer in each practice area in a given location is named as a “Lawyer of the Year” — underscoring the significance of Neil’s, Tom’s, Al’s and David’s recognition for 2018. Individual attorneys with the highest overall peer review in a specific practice area and geographic location are given the “Lawyer of the Year” honor.

In total, The Best Lawyers in America© recognized 32 Goldberg Segalla attorneys in its 2018 edition . The list includes attorneys from across the firm’s footprint and represent a range of its practice groups, including Business and Commercial, Global Insurance Services, Labor and Employment, Product Liability, and Professional Liability.

Attorneys from Goldberg Segalla were selected in the following practice areas:

Bankruptcy and Creditor Debtor Rights
Commercial Litigation
Employment Law — Management
Insurance Law
Labor Law — Management
Legal Malpractice Law — Defendants
Litigation — Construction
Litigation — Insurance
Litigation — Labor and Employment
Personal Injury Litigation — Defendants
Product Liability Litigation — Defendants

Called “the most respected referral list of attorneys in practice” by Corporate Counsel magazine, Best Lawyers is based on an exhaustive peer-review survey in which more than 55,000 leading attorneys cast more than 7.3 million votes on the legal abilities of other lawyers in their practice area.