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Three Shulman Rogers Attorneys Named to Washingtonian Magazine’s 2017 Top Lawyers Listing

December 8, 2017

Shulman Rogers is proud to announce that the Washingtonian Magazine has listed three of the firm’s attorneys to the 2017 Top Lawyers Listing.   

Jay Eisenberg – Trusts and Estates.  With almost 30 years of experience in ever-changing tax and estate/trust laws, Jay crafts estate plans based on the specific circumstances and goals of his clients.  As an elected member of The American College of Trust and Estate Counsel, he is recognized as being among the top one percent (1%) of trust and estate counselors in the nation as rated by his peers in terms of competence and experience and as having the highest level of integrity and commitment to the profession.

Michael Lichtenstein – Bankruptcy Law.  Creditors, financial institutions and debtors in need of assistance with bankruptcy and commercial litigation turn to Michael because of his successful record of debt restructuring and recovery of distressed loans. He represents companies across a wide range of industries in large Chapter 11 proceedings with debts ranging from $25 to $400 million.  A frequent author for national bankruptcy journals, he is recognized by Super Lawyers, The Best Lawyers in America, Martindale-Hubbell, Chambers Partners and The Washington Post as one of the area’s leading bankruptcy attorneys.

Michael Nakamura – Personal Injury.  Mike has successfully won compensation for victims of personal injury and medical malpractice claims across the country. Earlier this year, he secured a $5 million award for the Florida family of a birth injury victim.  He regularly secures just and fair compensation for victims of catastrophic motor vehicle accidents, wrongful death, medical malpractice and cerebral palsy or brain damage to infants caused by birth injury.  Clients note Mike’s compassion and his personal service.  He holds the highest ratings available from Martindale-Hubbell and AVVO.

“It’s an honor to see our attorneys recognized by the Washingtonian,” said Samuel Spiritos, managing shareholder of Shulman Rogers.  “We are proud to see this recognition across this range of business and personal legal services.”