West Palm Beach., June 13, 2013 – Lewis, Longman & Walker shareholders Terry E. Lewis, Stephen A. Walker, Michelle Diffenderfer, and Alfred J. Malefatto have been selected as 2013 Florida Super Lawyers in the area of Environmental Law. Anne Longman has been selected as a Florida Super Lawyer in the area of Administrative Law and Wayne E. Flowers has been selected as a 2013 Florida Super Lawyer in the area of Environmental Litigation.
Shareholders Tara W. Duhy and F. Joseph Ullo, Jr., have been named 2013 Rising Stars in the area of Environmental Law.
These individuals share this Super Lawyers designation with only 5% of the attorneys in Florida. Florida Super Lawyers are nominated by fellow attorneys who have personally observed them in action, whether as opposing counsel, co-counsel or through other firsthand observations in the courtroom. The background and professional achievement of each candidate are researched before the final decision is made to include the attorneys in this list.Super Lawyers selects its Rising Stars using peer nominations in combination with third party research. Each candidate is 40-years-old or younger or in practice for 10 years or less, and is evaluated on 12 indicators of peer recognition and professional achievement.
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For more than 19 years, the attorneys at Lewis, Longman & Walker, P.A., have helped the individuals, businesses and governments that have shaped Florida’s future. We offer solutions to issues associated with complex local, state, and federal law and regulations. We focus on the specific, technical and seemingly ever-changing areas of Environmental, Land Use and Governmental Law.
Our offices are in Tampa Bay, Jacksonville, Tallahassee and West Palm Beach. Wherever you are, we’re nearby.