Law Journal Honors Daniel R. Farino and Robert L. Ransom as “New Leaders of the Bar”
Archer is pleased to announce that attorneys, Daniel R. Farino and Robert L. Ransom, were recently named “New Leaders of the Bar” by the New Jersey Law Journal. This award is presented to young attorneys who have already demonstrated their talent and dedication, are building impressive careers, and are establishing themselves as leaders within their firms and the legal community as a whole. This year’s honorees will be recognized at the Law Journal’s Professional Excellence Event on June 12th at the Brooklake Country Club in Florham Park. Mr. Farino is a Partner in Archer’s Environmental Law Practice Group, where he concentrates his practice on complex environmental litigation. He represents clients in the defense of product liability, natural resource damage, toxic tort, property damage, and personal injury claims in a number of jurisdictions, with significant experience in mass tort product liability multidistrict litigation involving defective design and failure to warn theories of liability in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Puerto Rico, and beyond. He also has significant regulatory law experience, and regularly assists and advises clients in navigating New Jersey’s complex SRRA, TRSR, and ISRA regulations and obligations. Mr. Farino is a Director of the New Jersey State Bar Association Environmental Law Section. Mr. Ransom is an Associate in Archer’s Land Use, Environmental Permitting & Compliance Practice Group, where he concentrates his practice in the areas of land use, planning and zoning, real estate acquisition, environmental permitting, and regulatory compliance. Mr. Ransom regularly represents property owners and developers before municipal planning boards and zoning boards of adjustment, governing bodies, county boards, and regional agencies and authorities in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. In addition, his extensive experience includes representing publicly traded and private companies in land use and energy matters involving affordable housing developments, residential subdivisions, large-scale warehouses, manufacturing and industrial parks, distribution centers, fulfillment facilities, solar power facilities, and natural gas pipelines. Mr. Ransom is a former Archer Summer Associate and is an Archer Diversity Scholarship recipient.