Benchmark Litigation 2015 Highly Recommends Wiggin and Dana

October 21, 2014

New Haven – Wiggin and Dana is pleased to announce that Benchmark Litigation 2015 has identified it as a highly recommended law firm in Connecticut.

According to Benchmark Litigation, "[t]he firm boasts a national and international client base, with entities from as far away as Latin America calling on its services." A peer similarly observes that compared to its "local peers," Wiggin and Dana's "client base is just more sophisticated and more international in scope, and yet the firm still remains a Connecticut powerhouse." James Glasser, Chair of Wiggin and Dana's Litigation Department expressed his gratitude that Benchmark Litigation has given the firm Benchmark's highest ranking and recognized "the sophistication and excellence of the firm's litigation practice."

In addition, the firm is pleased to announce that seven partners have been recognized by Benchmark Litigation as "litigation stars" in Connecticut. The recognized attorneys and their respective practice areas include:

  • Aaron Bayer – Appellate, General Commercial, and Higher Education Law
  • Timothy Diemand – Construction
  • Edward Wood Dunham – General Commercial and Intellectual Property
  • Jonathan Freiman – Appellate, General Commercial, and Art Law
  • James Glasser – Appellate and White-Collar Crime/Enforcement/Investigations
  • David Ring – White-Collar Crime/Enforcement/Investigations
  • Shaun Sullivan – General Commercial

Litigation partners Erika Amarante and Margery Feinzig also were recognized by Benchmark Litigation as "future stars." Please click here to view Wiggin and Dana's 2015 Benchmark Litigation rankings.

About Benchmark Litigation
Benchmark Litigation is the only publication on the market to focus exclusively on litigation in the U.S. The guide's results are the culmination of a six-month research period in which the publication conducts extensive interviews with litigators and their clients, examines recent case work and asks sources to offer their professional opinions on litigators practicing within their state. "Highly recommended" firms received the most mentions, and were held as "dominant" in their particular jurisdiction, "litigation stars" were "recommended consistently as reputable and effective litigators by clients and peers," and "future stars" were consistently referenced by peers and clients as likely to become local stars. To read more about the process, please visit