David P. Atkins; Marshall K. Berger; Andrew C. Glassman; Joshua A. Hawks-Ladds; Robert L. Holzberg; Frederic Lee Klein; Michael E. Riley; Gregory F. Servodidio, CRE; James T. Shearin; Frederick S. Ury; William J. Wenzel; mediation, arbitration
Press Release08.03.2023

Pullman's ADR Practice Named “Litigation Practice of the Year” by 2023 New England Legal Awards

The Pullman & Comley Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) practice was recognized by the 2023 New England Legal Awards, presented by the Connecticut Law Tribune as the recipient of the "Litigation Department of the Year - Specialty" award, given to departments whose work had a significant impact in the practice of mediation and arbitration in New England.

The annual New England Legal Awards program acknowledges attorneys and practice areas who have made their mark in the industry and have earned the trust and respect of their clients and peers. This year’s honorees will be recognized at an excellence awards dinner gala on Sept. 21 at Fairmont Copley Plaza in Boston. To see the full list of honorees, please visit the Connecticut Law Tribune's website

The Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) practice group at Pullman & Comley offers mediation and arbitration services in complex civil matters in state and federal court, including commercial, construction, employment, environmental, health care, insurance, personal injury and probate disputes. In addition, the ADR practice offers services in all family and matrimonial matters including financial, custody and parenting disputes.

Pullman & Comley’s ADR team is comprised of four retired Superior Court judges, Marshall K. Berger, Robert L. Holzberg (practice chair), Michael E. Riley, and William J. Wenzel, as well as several AAA-certified attorneys. The practice expanded this year with the addition of Judge Marshall K. Berger (Ret.), who focuses on the mediation of land use, zoning, environmental and construction matters.

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