Who’s Who Legal: Transport, an independent assessment of the world’s top practitioners in the transportation field, has named 13 leading Condon & Forsyth LLP attorneys for their work. The firm achieved an overall status as a “major player” in the aviation market.
Desmond T. Barry, Jr. was “recognized as one of the leading lawyers” for his “unrivalled expertise in complex aviation and product liability litigation.” Desmond currently acts as lead counsel for American Airlines in litigation arising from the 11 September 2001 terrorist attacks and is considered a “hugely respected” figure in the aviation transportation field.
Michael J. Holland (Of Counsel) was recognized for his “wealth of experience in major litigation involving foreign air carriers before states and federal courts” and for his role as lead counsel for the May 2008 TACA Flight 290 accident.
Stephen R. Stegich was named as “an acclaimed practitioner with expertise in aviation insurance and product liability,” while Katherine Posner was recognized as “consistently brilliant” for her work specializing in “aviation and aerospace disputes.”
“Ever-impressive” were the words used to describe Frank Silane, who “represents aerospace insurers, airlines and aircraft manufactures in major cases concerning wrongful death and personal injury.” Frank has maintained his reputation as among Who’s Who Legal’s “highly regarded individuals.”
Scott C. Cunningham was named for his “enviable reputation” for his work with “international airlines, manufactures and insurers in complex litigation with a particular focus on major disaster cases.”
Additional Condon & Forsyth LLP partners recognized for their work, include:
Bartholomew J. Banino, Anthony U. Battista, Christopher R. Christensen, Jonathan E. DeMay, David J. Harrington, Richard A. Lazenby and Marshall S. Turner.