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  • Tom Ryan




  • Jessica Jansyn




  • Tom Prol




  • Renata Mizak




  • Tiffany Heineman




  • Meghan Steingall




  • Tim Dinan




  • Ursula Leo




  • Andy Fraser




SPARTA — Nine attorneys at Laddey, Clark & Ryan LLP have been recognized by New Jersey Super Lawyers or New Jersey Rising Stars.

Managing Partner Thomas N. Ryan is listed as a Super Lawyer for Employment & Labor, Business Litigation and Business/Corporate. This is the eleventh year he has been recognized by Super Lawyers.

Partner Andrew A. Fraser was named a Super Lawyer for Personal Injury Law for the 13th consecutive year.

Partner Thomas H. Prol, past president of the New Jersey State Bar Association, is listed as a Super Lawyer for Environmental Law, Government Contracts and General Litigation. He has been on the list of New Jersey Super Lawyers since 2014.

Ursula H. Leo, who was formerly a New Jersey Rising Star, has been listed for the first time as a New Jersey Super Lawyer, in the areas of Employment & Labor; State, Local & Municipal; Business Litigation; and Land Use/Zoning.

Five Laddey, Clark & Ryan attorneys were named New Jersey Rising Stars: Timothy E. Dinan, in Personal Injury; Tiffany L. Heineman, in Personal Injury and Civil Litigation; Jessica A. Jansyn, in Business Litigation, Employment Litigation and Estate & Trust Litigation; Renata A. Mizak, in Estate Planning & Probate, Estate & Trust Litigation and Elder Law; and Meghan L. Steingall in Personal Injury.

“We are gratified that Super Lawyers recognizes the talents of so many Laddey, Clark & Ryan attorneys,” says Managing Partner Thomas Ryan. “We are particularly pleased that so many of what both we and Super Lawyers call our ‘rising stars’ are receiving deserved recognition.”

Super Lawyers lists lawyers from more than 70 practice areas who have attained high-degrees of peer recognition and professional achievement. The selection process includes independent research, peer nominations and peer evaluations. Selections are made on an annual, state-by-state basis.

Only five percent of the lawyers in New Jersey are selected for inclusion on the Super Lawyers list, which is published in New Jersey Monthly magazine and New Jersey Super Lawyers magazine.











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