RAHWAY — Three partners at Team Law, a Rahway-based law firm, have been named to the 2011 Super Lawyers list.
Roy Konray was selected in the specialty area of medical malpractice; Howard Wiener in plaintiff’s personal injury; and Scott Kessler in workers compensation. Partners Michael Tobin, Cornelius Caruso and Steven Greenstein have also enjoyed the honor of being selected for the Super Lawyers list in years past.
Every year, the April editions of New Jersey Magazine and Law and Politics Magazine publish what they call the New Jersey Super Lawyers list. After receiving complaints from lawyers who were not named to the list, the Supreme Court of New Jersey appointed a Special Master to investigate the selection process for the Super Lawyer list. The Special Master concluded the selection process “is a comprehensive, good-faith and detailed attempt to produce a list of lawyers that have attained high-peer recognition, meet ethical standards, and have demonstrated some degree of achievement in their field. . . the selection procedures employed by [Super Lawyers] are very sophisticated, comprehensive and complex.”
Inclusion on a Super Lawyers list is not an official designation or certification recognized by the Supreme Court of New Jersey or the American Bar Association. The New Jersey Supreme Court only recognizes certifications issued by its own Board of Attorney Certification after rigorous testing and evaluation. Less than two percent of all New Jersey lawyers are certified by the New Jersey Supreme Court as Civil Trial Lawyers or Workers Compensation attorneys. In addition to being named to the Super Lawyers list, Konray and Wiener are board certified by the New Jersey Supreme Court as Civil Trial Lawyers and Kessler is board certified by the New Jersey Supreme Court as a specialist in Workers Compensation law.
To learn more about Team Law, visit www.teamlaw.com or call 1-800-TEAM-LAW.
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