17 Constantine | Cannon Lawyers Named to Super Lawyers List

New York, N.Y. (March 27, 2017) – Constantine Cannon LLP is pleased to announce that 17 attorneys have been named to the Super Lawyers 2016 list. Super Lawyers is a Thomson Reuters company that rates outstanding lawyers across the country in more than 70 practice fields. The Super Lawyers list recognizes no more than 5 percent of attorneys in each state, and the Rising Stars category recognizes no more than 2.5 percent. In 2016, Constantine Cannon was named to the lists for New York Metro, Washington, D.C., and Northern California, as well as the Super Lawyers Rising Stars lists.

Today, New York Metro – Top Women 2017 – Super Lawyers has named partner Alysia A. Solow. Partner Taline Sahakian and associate Rosa M. Morales will be named to the Rising Stars list — selected from the 2016 New York Metro Super Lawyers. Additionally, in December, Super Lawyers Northern California Top Women 2016 named associate Sarah “Poppy” Alexander to Rising Stars.

The attorneys are chosen through a peer-nominated method and are selected and listed in their respective practice areas.

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New York Metro Area

Robert L. Begleiter, a founding partner of the firm and former Chief of the Civil Division of the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of New York, focuses his practice on business litigation and arbitration. Begleiter was named to the New York Metro Super Lawyers list.

Matthew L. Cantor, a partner, focuses his antitrust practice in health services, financial services, the media, mergers & acquisitions, and telecommunications. Cantor was named to the New York Metro Super Lawyers list.

Ankur Kapoor, a partner, focuses on antitrust litigation and counseling across multiple industries, including air transportation, electronic payments, pharmaceuticals, and telecommunications. Kapoor was named to the New York Metro Super Lawyers list.

Gary J. Malone, a partner, focuses his practice in antitrust litigation and counseling, securities law, general commercial litigation, and appeals. Malone was named to the New York Metro Super Lawyers list.

Gordon Schnell, a partner, focuses his practice in antitrust and whistleblower law and founded the firm’s whistleblower group. Schnell was named to the New York Metro Super Lawyers list.

Jeffrey I. Shinder, Managing Partner of the New York office, focuses his antitrust practice in electronic payments, banking, high technology, energy, airlines, and telecommunications. Shinder was named to the New York Metro Super Lawyers list.

Alysia A. Solow, a partner, heads the firm’s e-discovery practice group and has broad experience in antitrust and commercial litigation across numerous industries. Solow was named to the Super Lawyers lists for both New York Metro and to the 2015 New York Women’s Edition.

New York Metro – Rising Stars

Rosa M. Morales, an associate, focuses her practice in antitrust law and commercial litigation. Morales was named to the Rising Star lists for both New York Metro and to the 2016 New York Women’s Edition.

Taline Sahakian, a partner, focuses on antitrust, commercial litigation, and arbitration. Sahakian was named to the 2016 New York Women’s Edition and Rising Stars list.

Daniel J. Vitelli, an associate, focuses his practice on antitrust law, whistleblower law, and commercial litigation. Vitelli was named to the New York Metro Rising Stars list.

Washington, D.C.

Stephen Cannon, Chairman of Constantine Cannon and the Managing Partner of its Washington, D.C., office, focuses his antitrust practice in government relations, data security, electronic payments, issues facing retailers, mergers & acquisitions, and telecommunications. Cannon was named to the Washington, D.C., Super Lawyers list.

Douglas E. Rosenthal, a partner, focuses his practice on international and domestic competition litigation and counseling across multiple industries. Rosenthal was named to the Washington, D.C., Super Lawyers list.

Washington, D.C. Rising Stars

Allison F. Sheedy, an associate, focuses her antitrust practice on emerging technologies and two-sided markets. Sheedy was named to the Washington, D.C., Rising Stars list.

Northern California

Eric R. Havian, a partner and co-founder of Constantine Cannon’s San Francisco office, represents whistleblowers under the federal False Claims Act and other qui tam laws and the False Claims Act. Havian was named to the Northern California Super Lawyers list.
Wayne Lamprey, a partner and co-founder of the firm’s San Francisco office, represents whistleblowers and institutional victims of fraud and abuse. Lamprey was named to the Northern California Super Lawyers list.

Northern California Rising Stars

Sarah “Poppy” Alexander, an associate, represents whistleblowers under the False Claims Act and other whistleblower programs. Alexander was named to the Rising Stars lists in the 2016 Northern California Super Lawyers list and the 2016 Northern California Women’s Issue in December.

Ari Yampolsky, an associate, represents whistleblowers under the False Claims Act and other whistleblower programs. Yampolsky was named to the Rising Stars list 2016 Northern California Super Lawyers.