Chambers USA 2019 Ranks White and Williams as a Leading Law Firm

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Chambers USA once again recognized White and Williams as a leading law firm in Pennsylvania.

June 3, 2019
David Marion, Patricia Santelle & Maulin Vidwans - White and Williams LLP

Chambers USA once again recognized White and Williams as a leading law firm in Pennsylvania for achievements and client service in the area of insurance law. In addition, three lawyers received individual honors - one for her work in insurance, one for his work in commercial litigation and another for his work in banking and finance.

White and Williams is acknowledged for its renowned practice offering expert representation to insurers and reinsurers across an impressive range of areas including coverage, bad faith litigation and excess liability. The firm is recognized for its notable strength in transactional and regulatory matters complemented by its adroit handling of complex alternative dispute resolutions. Chambers also acknowledged the firm's broad trial capabilities, including handling data privacy, professional liability and toxic tort coverage claims, and experience in substantial claims arising from bodily injury and wrongful death suits.

White and Williams' individual lawyer honorees include Managing Partner Patti Santelle, who is named an Eminent Practitioner in the area of insurance. Patti's considerable experience advising insurers on a broad range of coverage matters, including asbestos, environmental and toxic tort cases, coupled with her proficiency in coverage actions at the state and federal level earn her a well-regarded reputation as an "excellent lawyer."

Reprinted courtesy of White and Williams LLP attorneys David Marion, Patricia Santelle and Maulin Vidwans
Mr. Marion may be contacted at mariond@whiteandwilliams.com
Ms. Santelle may be contacted at santellep@whiteandwilliams.com
Mr. Vidwans may be contacted at vidwansm@whiteandwilliams.com



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