Twenty-Two Archer Attorneys Named Super Lawyers in New Jersey Monthly Magazine

HADDONFIELD, NJ – March 22, 2007 – Archer, P.C. is pleased to announce that twenty-two attorneys from the firm have been named “2007 New Jersey Super Lawyers.” The “Super Lawyers” special section appears in the April 2007 issue of New Jersey Monthly magazine.

Representing ten different practice areas, Archer attorneys from all three of the firm’s New Jersey offices in Haddonfield, Princeton and Flemington were recognized as New Jersey Super Lawyers.


Bankruptcy & Workout and Creditors’ Rights
John V. Fiorella (Haddonfield, NJ)
Stephen M. Packman (Haddonfield, NJ)

Business Law
Deborah A. Hays (Voorhees, NJ)

Business Litigation
Robert T. Egan (Medford, NJ)
Steven J. Fram (Haddonfield, NJ)
Thomas A. Muccifori (Moorestown, NJ)

Environmental/Land Use
Christopher R. Gibson (Thorofare, NJ)

Estate Planning/Trusts
Gerald E. Darling (Moorestown, NJ)
Frank R. Demmerly, Jr. (Moorestown, NJ)
Peter E. Driscoll (Thorofare, NJ)

Family Law
Lee M. Hymerling (Haddonfield, NJ)
William J. Thompson (Medford, NJ)

General Litigation
Robert G. Harbeson (Haddonfield, NJ)
Charles W. Heuisler (Cherry Hill, NJ)
Ellis I. Medoway (Cherry Hill, NJ)
Steven K. Mignogna (Voorhees, NJ)

Labor and Employment
John C. Connell (Haddonfield, NJ)

Plaintiff Personal Injury
Frank D. Allen (Cherry Hill, NJ)

Real Estate
Robert R. Kugler (Haddonfield, NJ)


Estate Planning/Trusts
Frank P. Reiche (Princeton, NJ)

Plaintiff Personal Injury
Neal L. Schonhaut (Titusville, NJ)


Environmental/Land Use
Lloyd H. Tubman (Flemington, NJ)

“Super Lawyers” are chosen by the publishers of Law & Politics magazine. Over 35,000 ballots are mailed across the state to attorneys that have been in practice for five or more years, asking them to vote for the best lawyers they had personally observed in action. Only five percent of New Jersey lawyers are voted “Super Lawyers” in 60 categories. Super Lawyers also recognizes the top attorneys in Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Missouri, New Jersey, Northern California, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Southern California, Texas, Washington and Wisconsin.