We are thrilled to announce that Mark D. DeBofsky and Martina B. Sherman, Shareholders at DeBofsky Law, have been recognized as leading legal professionals in the 30th edition of The Best Lawyers in America®.

Mark has been acknowledged for his expertise in Employee Benefits (ERISA) Law, Litigation – ERISA, and Litigation – Insurance.

Martina has been recognized for her exceptional work in Litigation – ERISA.

But that’s not all – due to the remarkable feedback received from his peers, Mark DeBofsky has been distinguished as a “Lawyer of the Year” awardee in the field of Employee Benefits (ERISA) Law in Chicago. This prestigious honor is granted to only one lawyer in each practice area and community.

Inclusion in Best Lawyers is based on a rigorous peer-review survey comprising more than 12.2 million confidential evaluations by top attorneys. For more than 40 years, Best Lawyers has been regarded—by both the profession and the public—as the most credible measure of legal integrity and distinction in the United States. As such, recognition by Best Lawyers symbolizes excellence in practice.

Mark and Martina are honored and humbled by the recognition.

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