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Pond Lehocky partners, 6 associates make Best Lawyers 2020 list

Pond Lehocky Giordano is pleased to announce that all four of its partners and several of the firm’s associates have been named to the 2020 Best Lawyers in America© list.

Managing Partner Samuel Pond and Partners Jerry Lehocky,Thomas Giordano Jr. and Stephen Miller were all recognized this year. This year marks the 13th consecutive year Pond made the list and the eighth consecutive time Lehocky was recognized.

Several associates have also made the Best Lawyers in America© list multiple consecutive times. Francis Ciprero have now been recognized back-to-back times.

New to the list this year was associate Andrew Ruder.

Recognition by Best Lawyers in America© is entirely based on confidential peer reviews collected from leading attorneys in specific practice areas and geographic locations. For more than three decades, Best Lawyers’ publications have been respected by the legal industry and recognized as a definitive, unbiased resource for legal referrals.

Pond Lehocky Giordano opened its doors in July 2010. Today, it is the largest workers’ compensation and Social Security disability law firm in the region and has expanded nationwide with offices in New Jersey, New York and California. The firm has also recently added new practice areas for workers, including employment law and long-term disability, and has a national referral network, which has helped 86,000 clients with referrals.

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