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Two Constantine Cannon Attorneys Named to Super Lawyers Top Women for the New York Metro Area

Posted  April 3, 2018

New York, N.Y. (April 3, 2018) – Constantine Cannon LLP is pleased to announce that two of its attorneys have been named to Super Lawyers’ annual list of Top Women for 2017 in the New York Metro area as distinguished leaders in their fields. Alysia A. Solow, a partner who directs the firm’s E-Discovery practice, the sole attorney to earn this distinction in that practice area this year.

Rosa M. Morales, an associate in the firm’s Antitrust, Commercial Litigation, and Intellectual Property and Technology practice groups, was named to the Rising Stars of Antitrust Litigation list for Super Lawyers’ 2017 New York Metro Area for the second consecutive year.

“We are pleased that Super Lawyers has recognized the remarkable efforts of these two dedicated and impressive women,” said Richard Aborn, Managing Partner of Constantine Cannon. “They have set an exceptional standard of excellence that is respected by both clients and peers alike.”

Super Lawyers is a Thomson Reuters company that rates outstanding lawyers across the country in more than 70 practice fields. Lawyers are nominated based on their professional accomplishments and the esteem of their peers. 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.

About Constantine Cannon LLP

Constantine Cannon, with offices in New York, Washington, D.C., San Francisco, and London, has deep expertise in practice areas that include antitrust and complex commercial litigation, whistleblower representation, government relations, securities, and e-discovery. The firm’s antitrust practice is among the largest and most well recognized in the nation. Constantine Cannon’s experience spans across multiple industries including healthcare, banking, electronic payments, insurance, high tech, telecommunications, the Internet, and government contracting.