The Firm’s chairman, John M. Elliott, has been repeatedly described in leading publications as a “titan” of the bar and a “heavyweight” in the Philadelphia legal community, Philadelphia’s leading commercial litigator and a Top 100 Pennsylvania lawyer.
Members of the Firm have repeatedly been elected leaders of the federal, state, and county bar associations and civic organizations throughout the Mid-Atlantic.
The Firm is nationally recognized as a Top 25 Business Litigation Firm in the United States.
As a Six Sigma certified Firm, the Wilmington, Delaware office is repeatedly recognized for its success and credibility in business, bankruptcy, commercial litigation and intellectual property matters.
The Firm’s Scranton and Wilkes-Barre offices, Elliott Greenleaf & Dean, provide commercial and business representation throughout Northeastern Pennsylvania.
The Firm is annually honored with over 34 Superlawyers, including 2 of the Top 50 Women Lawyers, 7 of the Top 100 Lawyers in Pennsylvania, and over 12 “Rising Stars” of the Pennsylvania and Delaware Bars, representing the highest per capita recognition of any commercial law firm.
Our attorneys have a tradition of public service including the late Pennsylvania governor, Robert P. Casey; Lieutenant Governor Michael J. Stack, III; Senator Stewart J. Greenleaf; Judge Bruce W. Kauffman, a judge of the United States District Court and justice of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court; and, Stewart J. Greenleaf, Jr., County Controller.
Recruiting from the Law Review and Federal and Appellate Judicial Clerkships, the Firm offers substantive experience to younger lawyers to economically represent its clients.
The Firm is annually recognized as “Go To” Counsel for the Fortune 200 in the areas of Business Litigation and Employment Law.
In 2014, the Firm was honored by the Turnaround Management Association for its lead role in Large Company Transaction of the Year and received national awards for lead roles in mergers and acquisitions under $100 Million and for leadership in creative Section 363 sales.