Porzio Principals Bill Krais and John Mairo Selected to the 2017 New Jersey Super Lawyers Top 100 List


Porzio proudly congratulates principals William (Bill) A. Krais and John S. Mairo on their selection to the New Jersey Super Lawyers 2017 Top 100 list. 

Bill handles a wide variety of medical malpractice and serious personal injury cases, including cases involving babies injured during childbirth, orthopedic injuries, delayed diagnosis of cancer, surgical errors, traumatic brain injuries, wrongful death, and those injured in accidents. In addition to representing victims of serious personal injuries, he also counsels attorneys in respect to issues of legal ethics. Bill is also a former chair of the District X Attorney Ethics Committee, has carried out multiple appointments by the New Jersey Supreme Court to serve as a Special Ethics Master, and is a requested speaker nationwide at seminars addressing attorney ethics. Bill has been recognized on the New Jersey Super Lawyers list annually since 2012.

John concentrates his practice in the areas of commercial litigation, workouts, financial reorganizations and creditors’ rights. He is certified in Business Bankruptcy Law by the American Board Of Certification and received the highest rating by his peers in the Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory. In addition, John successfully completed the INSOL Global Insolvency Practice Course and is recognized as an INSOL International Fellow. He was named to the New Jersey Super Lawyers Rising Stars list in 2009, and has been recognized on the New Jersey Super Lawyers list annually since 2010. 

The selections for this esteemed list are made by the research team at Super Lawyers. Each year, the research team undertakes a rigorous multi-phase selection process that includes a statewide survey of lawyers, independent evaluation of candidates by the attorney-led research staff, a peer review of candidates by practice area and a good-standing and disciplinary check.

To view the complete list and to learn more about Super Lawyers and the selection process, please click here.

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