Attorneys Recognized in 2012 Super Lawyers

September 21, 2012

Eleven DRM attorneys are recognized in the recently released publication, 2012 New England Super Lawyers® Business Edition.

The Burlington attorneys and the areas of law for which they are recognized are Marc Heath – business litigation, construction litigation, personal injury defense: general; Robert Luce – business litigation, personal injury plaintiff: general; Robert Rachlin – business litigation, intellectual property and personal injury defense: products; Christopher Roy – property and land use litigation, business litigation, municipal and tax litigation, and public utility litigation; Andre Bouffard – bankruptcy & creditor/debtor rights, business litigation, estate & trust litigation; and Paul Ode – business/corporate, mergers & acquisitions.  Attorneys William Schroeder and Patricia Sabalis were also recognized. Also included in the publication are Jim Gallagher – personal injury defense: general, business litigation, personal injury defense: products; and Bruce Palmer – insurance: general, claims and coverage litigation, environmental litigation, and captive insurance who are based in DRM’s St. Johnsbury office.

Attorney Walter Judge, Jr.Burlington attorney Walter Judge is the only lawyer recognized as a leading intellectual property litigator in Vermont.

“I was gratified to be recognized by New England Super Lawyers as an IP Litigation attorney in Vermont,” Judge said. “I was doubly surprised and gratified to learn that I was the only lawyer in Vermont recognized in that category.”

The publication commends attorneys in each state who receive the highest point totals awarded by their peers and through independent research. Super Lawyers magazine is published in all 50 states and reaches more than 13 million readers.

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