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Five Partners in Schnader’s Aviation Group Recognized in Who’s Who Legal: Aviation 2019

On March 8, 2019 by Schnader in News

Schnader’s Aviation Group received broad recognition and accolades in Who’s Who Legal: Aviation 2019. This annual publication notes the leading practitioners in the aviation sector based on independent research and recognition by peers in the industry.

WWL Aviation 2019 lists as the best in the field:

Robert J. Williams, chair of Schnader’s Aviation Group
Barry S. Alexander, vice-chair of Schnader’s Aviation Group
Stephen J. Shapiro, co-chair of Schnader’s Litigation Services Department
J. Denny Shupe
Jonathan M. Stern

Denny Shupe received special recognition as a “Global Elite Thought Leader” for litigation, one of only four individuals so named in North America. He was also listed as one of six “Leading Individuals” for litigation in the United States. WWL Aviation 2019 noted: “Global Elite Thought Leader Denny Shupe is recommended by international peers for his strong expertise when it comes to representing airlines, insurers and aircraft manufacturers in commercial litigation proceedings.”

Barry Alexander also received special recognition as a “Leading Individual” for litigation in the United States, one of only six individuals so named. WWL Aviation 2019 noted: “Barry Alexander at Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis is a well-known name in the US aviation sector where he stands out for his work on aviation and insurance litigation before both state and federal courts.” Alexander was also listed for excellence in the Aviation Regulatory field.

Schnader’s Aviation Group consistently is ranked by independent agencies among the nation’s preeminent aviation law practices. We have decades of experience representing many of the world’s leading manufacturers of commercial, general aviation and military aircraft, engines and components, as well as domestic and international airlines and domestic and global aviation insurers, Part 135 operators, Part 145 repair stations, airports, and corporate aviation departments. Our aviation attorneys reside in five cities on the East and West Coasts of the United States, which allows us regularly to litigate cases in state and federal courts throughout the country.