Media Contact: Michael Sadowski, Communications Coordinator
For Immediate Release
York, Pa. – Barley Snyder is proud to announce that Justin A. Tomevi
has been admitted to the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum®.
Tomevi is one of 20 attorneys in central Pennsylvania that is a member of the prestigious group of litigators, including one of just five in York County. He achieved membership to group for his representation of a minority member of a limited liability company frozen out of an expanding technology startup. After a successful preliminary injunction hearing, the majority shareholder settled the case for nearly $4 million.
“I am delighted to qualify for such a prestigious designation by an organization whose membership is usually reserved for the most experienced practitioners,” Tomevi said. “Our firm’s work in this case allowed for our client to receive judicial relief beyond what has historically been granted in Pennsylvania, which provided leverage for a significant financial outcome.”
As a litigator, Tomevi practices in the areas of commercial, real estate, fiduciary and corporate litigation cases. Tomevi has also been named a “Rising Star” in Pennsylvania by Super Lawyers®, a designation provided to less than 2.5 percent of practicing attorneys nationwide.
The Million Dollar Advocates Forum® is recognized as one of the most prestigious groups of trial lawyers in the United States. Membership is limited to attorneys who have won million and multi-million dollar verdicts, awards and settlements. Less than 1 percent of U.S. lawyers are members.
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