Pond Lehocky Giordano Partners and Attorneys Selected to 2018 Pennsylvania Super Lawyers® and Rising Stars Lists

This year, Pond Lehocky Giordano had more lawyers selected to the Super Lawyers® and Super Lawyers® Rising Stars lists than ever before. In 2018, 12 attorneys were recognized for their legal excellence by Super Lawyers®.

Partners Samuel Pond, Jerry Lehocky, and Stephen Miller have been selected to the 2018 Pennsylvania Super Lawyers® list. This marks the fourteenth consecutive year that Sam and Jerry have been named Super Lawyers®. Dave has been named a Super Lawyer® continually since 2012 and was a Pennsylvania Super Lawyers® Rising Star for four years. He was also selected as one of the Top 100 Philadelphia Lawyers of 2018 and one of the Top 100 Pennsylvania Lawyers of 2018, both rare and prestigious distinctions shared by only one other workers’ compensation attorney in the state. Following on 7 years as a Pennsylvania Super Lawyers® Rising Star, Stephen Miller has now been selected as a Super Lawyer® for the second year in a row.

Partner Tom Giordano, Jr. was selected to the 2018 Pennsylvania Super Lawyers® Rising Stars list, along with Associates Matthew Allen, Melissa Chandy, Nicholas FedenKevin HarcharMichael Parker, and Casey Schweppenheiser. 2018 marks the twelfth year that Tom has been selected as a Rising Star. In order to qualify for this achievement, Rising Stars must be 40 years old or younger or have been in practice for ten years or less. Only 2.5% of attorneys receive this achievement.

Selection to the Super Lawyers® list is an elite honor for an attorney. Candidates have to be nominated by their peers and evaluated on 12 indicators of professional achievement such as major settlements, involvement in the legal community, published writings and special certifications.

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