David Attisani Named to Inaugural Legal 500 Hall of Fame

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David Attisani Named to Inaugural Legal 500 Hall of Fame

Choate Press Release

 | March 27, 2017

Choate announced today that Insurance and Reinsurance partner David Attisani has been named to the inaugural Legal 500 Hall of Fame. The criteria for entry is to have been recognized as one of the elite leading lawyers for six consecutive years. Only 455 partners across the entire United States were selected for this honor.

Mr. Attisani was the first-ever Boston-area attorney to be recognized in the Chambers USA nationwide rankings for Insurance/Reinsurance (2014-2016).  He was also named one of Law360's "10 Most Admired Insurance Attorneys in America" for 2010—out of 1,016 nominations from 100 firms.  He is one of only 12 reinsurance lawyers listed in The 2016 Legal 500’s elite “Leading Lawyers” category, a designation he also received in 2015, 2012 and 2011. He was also elected to Best of the Best USA (2009-2014) in Insurance & Reinsurance, which recognizes only 30 US industry professionals. In 2016, he was one of only 5 US insurance and reinsurance attorneys to be named “Most Highly Regarded” in the 13th annual edition of Who’s Who Legal: Insurance & Reinsurance. He was also elected to the World’s Leading Insurance and Reinsurance Lawyers (2006-2017) and is listed in Best Lawyers in America for Insurance Law (2012-2017) and as a Massachusetts Super Lawyer.

Mr. Attisani received his JD cum laude from Harvard Law School in 1991 and his BA magna cum laude from Williams College in 1987.

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