25 Tucker Arensberg Attorneys Listed as Pennsylvania Super Lawyers and Rising Stars

The law firm of Tucker Arensberg, P.C. is pleased to announce that 25 attorneys from the firm’s Harrisburg and Pittsburgh offices were recently selected for inclusion in the 2015 edition of Pennsylvania Super Lawyers and Rising Stars, published by Thomson Reuters. The complete list of Tucker Arensberg attorneys recognized as Pennsylvania Super Lawyers and Rising Stars and the categories for which they were honored include:


Lee C. Swartz, Personal Injury: Plaintiff


Jordan S. Blask, Creditor Debtor Rights (Rising Star)

Steven R. Bovan, Real Estate (Rising Star)

Michael A. Cassidy, Health Care

Nora Gieg Chatha, Estate & Probate (Rising Star)

Danielle L. Dietrich, Business Litigation (Rising Star)

Jeremy V. Farrell, Professional Liability: Defense (Rising Star)

Neil J. Gregorio, Employment & Labor (Rising Star)

Matthew M. Hoffman, Schools & Education

Gary P. Hunt, General Litigation

Jeffrey J. Leech, General Litigation

Beverly Weiss Manne, Bankruptcy: Business

Ralph F. Manning, Business/Corporate

Michael C. Mazack, Creditor Debtor Rights (Rising Star)

Robert L. McTiernan, Employment & Labor

Thomas P. Peterson, Business/Corporate

Gavin A. Robb, State/Local/Municipal (Rising Star)

Kenneth G. Scholtz, Workers’ Compensation (Rising Star)

Michael A. Shiner, Bankruptcy: Business

Jillian Nolan Snider, Bankruptcy: Business (Rising Star)

Brett A. Solomon, Bankruptcy: Business

Richard B. Tucker, III, Appellate

Bradley S. Tupi, General Litigation

Charles J. Vater, Estate & Probate

Christopher L. Voltz, State/Local/Municipal (Rising Star)

The Tucker Arensberg group joins the top five percent of lawyers in Pennsylvania in receiving this honor from their peers and others in the legal industry. The basis for selection includes noteworthy verdicts or settlements; creativity or innovation within the legal process; the number of cases tried or transactions handled; years in practice; position within the firm; professional activities; writings and lectures; community involvement; professional degrees or training; and academic and employment background.