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May 23, 2017

Green and Spiegel Attorneys, Jonathan Grode and Matthew Galati named 2017-2018 Rising Stars for Business Immigration

Matthew Galati and Jonathan Grode

Super Lawyers Magazine has selected U.S. Practice Director Jonathan Grode and Senior Associate Matthew Galati to the 2017-18 Pennsylvania Rising Stars list in the field of Business Immigration. This is the second consecutive Rising Star Award for Matt, while this year marks Jonathan’s sixth such award, having been named each year since 2012. News of this honor will appear in the upcoming June 2017 Pennsylvania & Delaware Super Lawyers Magazine as well as in Philadelphia Magazine. For more information, please view the press release attached to this blog entry. Congratulations to Jonathan and Matt!

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