Have a question about a case? Email us here.
Lieberman & Blecher is pleased to announce that founding partners Stuart J. Lieberman and Shari M. Blecher*, as well as recently named shareholder Michael G. Sinkevich, Jr.*, have been named "Super Lawyers" and "Rising Stars" by Super Lawyers Magazine.** This is a continued honor for our founding partners, who were excited to discover that shareholder Michael G. Sinkevich, Jr. is the latest Lieberman & Blecher attorney to be recognized by the publication.
Mr. Sinkevich has contributed significantly to the environmental and litigation bars in the State of New Jersey. Since 2007, Mr. Sinkevich has worked tirelessly to represent the interests of individuals and businesses in environmental and land use matters. An accomplished appellate advocate, Mr. Sinkevich has successfully briefed and argued several appeals. His most recent appellate success was on behalf of the Borough of Union Beach in an environmental and land use dispute concerning the siting of a wind turbine project.
With their more than 40 years of combined environmental law experience, Stuart Lieberman and Shari Blecher have been assisting clients in environmental litigation, hazardous site remediation, regulatory and transactional matters throughout New Jersey and neighboring states. Our founding shareholders have successfully defended clients in environmental litigation and administrative actions, as well as prosecuted toxic tort actions, both individually as well as alongside a team of toxic tort litigators from across the country.
Our attorneys and staff have watched with pride as the careers of these professionals have unfolded, and we are sure that they will continue the fine Lieberman & Blecher tradition of providing first rate representation to their clients while making considerable contributions to the legal profession.
*Super Lawyers defines a "Rising Star" as the "best attorneys who are 40 or under, or who have been practicing for 10 years or less." They are nominated by their peers who have "personally observed [them] in action — whether as opposing counsel or co-counsel, or through other firsthand courtroom observation."
**This advertisement has not been approved by the Supreme Court.