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AMERICAN COLLEGE OF TRIAL LAWYERS Anthony Trenga has been named a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers. Founded in 1950, the college is an exclusive club for trial lawyers in the United States and Canada who, according to the college, have demonstrated high standards of ethical conduct, professionalism, civility, and collegiality. To be considered for this honor, lawyers must have a minimum of 15 years’ trial experience. Trenga is a partner at Miller & Chevalier as well as the chairman of the firm’s litigation department and a member of its executive committee.
LEGAL REFORM CHAMPION Phillip Stano was named legal reform champion by the American Tort Reform Association. A partner at Jorden Burt, Stano was credited by the ATRA for filing 200 briefs with the U.S. Supreme Court and other federal and state appellate courts while addressing significant legal reform issues affecting life, health, property, and casualty insurers.
MARY C. LAWTON AWARD Mort Rosenberg, a specialist in American public law for the Congressional Research Service, received the Mary C. Lawton Award for Outstanding Government Service from the American Bar Association’s section of administrative law and regulatory practice. The award, in its 17th year, is bestowed annually to a government attorney who has made outstanding contributions to the development, implementation, or improvement of administrative law and regulatory practice.
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF PUBLIC INSURANCE ADJUSTERS AWARD Brian Goodman, chairman of Hodes, Ulman, Pessin & Katz’s litigation department, was named Person of the Year by the National Association of Public Insurance Adjusters. Goodman serves as counsel to NAPIA and, over the past year, has worked closely with the group’s members and the National Association of Insurance Commissioners to develop and enact the Model Public Adjuster Licensing bill. Goodman also helped establish the Paul Cordish Memorial Award, to be given to a University of Maryland School of Law student who writes the best legal paper on an issue relevant to public adjusting. — Nathan Carlile
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