Super Lawyers is a rating service of outstanding lawyers from more than 70 practice areas who have attained a high-degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. This selection process includes independent research, peer nominations and peer evaluations.
Named Upstate New York Super Lawyers
2007-2020 – Ginger D. Schroder
2017-2020 – Linda H. Joseph
2018-2020 – Heather A. Giambra
2019-2020 – Jennifer L. Friedman
Top 10 List of Upstate New York Super Lawyers
2018 – Ginger D. Schroder
2017 – Ginger D. Schroder
Top 25 List of Upstate New York Women Super Lawyers
2020 – Ginger D. Schroder
2018 – Ginger D. Schroder
2016 – Ginger D. Schroder
2011 – Ginger D. Schroder
2009 – Ginger D. Schroder
2008 – Ginger D. Schroder
Top 50 List of Upstate New York Super Lawyers
2015 – Ginger D. Schroder
2014 – Ginger D. Schroder
2013 – Ginger D. Schroder
2010 – Ginger D. Schroder
Selection to the invitation-only America’s Top 100 High Stakes Litigators® list is reserved to identify the nation’s most exceptional trial attorneys in high value, high stakes legal matters.
America’s Top 100 High Stakes Litigators®
2020 – Jennifer L. Friedman
Legal Elite is a list of top attorneys that excel in their field in Western New York chosen from internal and external nominations. Honorees must be a partner or of counsel at a law firm for at least five years or in a leadership position at the entity they serve for at least five years. More points are awarded for an external nominations and points are accumulated to determine who is selected.
2014-2020 – Ginger D. Schroder
Where She Lives, and What She Lives for: Farmer/Attorney Ginger Schroder channels Henry David Thoreau – Upstate New York, Super Lawyers Magazine, 2015
SJA print ad provokes debate on stereotypes – ABA Journal, June 2, 2008
SJA moves to heart of downtown – Buffalo Business First, July 20, 2015
NAMWOLF LAW FIRM DEFEATS NATIONAL CLASS ACTION BY SUMMARY JUDGMENT IN ACTION BROUGHT UNDER THE FLSA
June 4th, 2018
The United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida granted summary judgment on May 1, 2018 with respect to a motion made by the law firm Schroder, Joseph & Associates, LLP, in an action seeking overtime pay for a national class of truck drivers who deliver Carvel® ice cream cakes and other frozen desserts for the Rich Product Corporation of Buffalo, New York. The motion was made after the close of discovery. District Court Judge Susan C. Bucklew found in Scott Erhlich et al. v. Rich Products Corporation, Case 8:16:03532-SCB-TGW, Docket No. 54 (M. D. Fla. May 1, 2018), that the Defendant had met is burden to demonstrate that the Motor Carrier Act Exempt applied by reason of the undisputed facts and, therefore, entered judgment in favor of Defendant dismissing the action which has sought overtime pay for the class under the Fair Labor Standards Act. Lead counsel for the Defendants was Linda H. Joseph of Schröder, Joseph & Associates, LLP whose office is in Buffalo, New York.