Maiello Brungo & Maiello attorneys Alfred C. Maiello (Schools & Education and Business/Corporate), Michael L. Brungo (Schools & Education and Labor & Employment), John H. Prorok (Business/Corporate and Real Estate) and David Raves (Construction/Surety and General Litigation) have been included in this years Pennsylvania Super Lawyers publications.
Only five percent of lawyers in the state are named Super Lawyers based on a statewide nomination process, independent research and peer review by practice area. Super Lawyers, a Thomas Reuters business Ratings Service, will be published in the June 2014 issues of both Philadelphia Magazine and Pittsburgh Magazine.
- Alfred C. Maiello has been named a Super Lawyer for five consecutive years in the areas of Schools & Education and Business/Corporate. His widespread skills cover numerous practice areas, including acquisitions, commercial transactions, business litigation, corporate law, construction, real estate development, and public sector law.
- Michael L. Brungo has been a Super Lawyer for four consecutive years in the areas of Schools & Education, and Labor & Employment. He focuses on the representation of public entities, such as school districts, municipalities and municipal authorities on issues stretching from special education, students’ rights and constitutional and civil rights issues to teacher tenure and personnel actions. He also represents public and private matters, such as hiring and discipline, defending claims of discrimination, and negotiating terms and conditions of employment.
- John H. Prorok has been named a Super Lawyer for four consecutive years in the Business/Corporate, and Real Estate. He represents a broad client base, including regional and national banks, real estate development companies, business start-ups, and family owned businesses.
- David Raves has been named a Super Lawyer for five consecutive years in the areas of Construction/Surety, and General Litigation. He focuses on the construction process, including site acquisition, design, construction administration and forensic analysis of construction deficiencies and claims.