August 5, 2008
Press Releases

PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA – August 5, 2008 – Benesch is pleased to announce that Brad Sandler has been named one of 101 Top Connectors by Leadership Philadelphia. According to Leadership Philadelphia, these Top Connectors may or may not be in the public eye. However, they will have several traits in common: they are effective at getting things done and people trust them.

Mr. Sandler is a partner in the firm’s Business Reorganization Practice Group, and is a member of the firm’s China Group and its Diversity Committee. He represents businesses in out of court reorganizations, and of debtors, creditors’ committees, secured and unsecured creditors, purchasers, landlords, trustees and post-confirmation plan administrators in business bankruptcies. Mr. Sandler also focuses on representing international and national businesses as well as entrepreneurs in corporate and commercial transactions.

Benesch is a six-time winner of the NorthCoast 99 Award – Best Places to Work. In 2007, Benesch #11 in the nation by The American Lawyer Mid-Level Associate Survey which examines associate satisfaction. With offices in Cleveland, Columbus, Philadelphia, Shanghai and Wilmington, Benesch’s practice and industry groups include Business Reorganization, the China Group, Compensation & Benefits, Construction, Commercial Finance & Banking, Corporate & Securities, Litigation, Health Care, Intellectual Property, Labor & Employment, Polymer Industry, Private Equity, Public Law, Real Estate & Environmental, Tax, Transportation & Logistics, and Estate Planning & Probate. For more information, visit www.beneschlaw.com.

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