Chartwell Law Elevates Eleven Attorneys to Partner, Strengthening its Nationwide Legal Practice

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VALLEY FORGE, PA — Chartwell Law recently announced the promotion of eleven attorneys to partner. The newly minted partners represent a diverse range of practice areas and are based in ten different offices across the firm’s expansive network.

The elevation of these attorneys signals Chartwell Law’s ongoing growth strategy and commitment to providing comprehensive legal services across multiple jurisdictions. Their varied expertise ranges from workers’ compensation litigation and general liability cases to commercial litigation and employment law.

Among the new partners, Lori L. Bethea, based in Tallahassee, specializes in representing national insurers, large self-insured employers, and employers of all sizes through various stages of workers’ compensation litigation. Isis D. Davidson, stationed in New York, defends workers’ compensation claims for insurance carriers and large self-insured businesses.

Alexander M. Goerss, operating out of Miami, offers legal services to national and international insurance companies in first-party property insurance defense matters. He also handles commercial litigation, real estate, trusts and estates, and tax litigation matters. Everett L. Hixon III, located in Chattanooga, represents individuals, businesses, and insurance carriers in a wide array of matters, including commercial litigation, employment law, and construction defect.

Graham Newsome, practicing out of Atlanta, focuses on labor and employment law, defending corporations and insurers against administrative charges and lawsuits. Caitlin M. Sullivan, based in Valley Forge, concentrates her practice on workers’ compensation defense for insurance carriers, self-insured entities, and third-party administrators.

These promotions are a testament to Chartwell Law’s dedication to fostering a culture of excellence and rewarding talent. By elevating these attorneys to the partnership, the firm is not only recognizing their individual contributions but also reinforcing its commitment to delivering top-tier legal services to its clients.

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The move comes at a time when the legal industry is grappling with unprecedented challenges due in part to the impact of the pandemic. Firms are increasingly looking to bolster their ranks with skilled attorneys who can navigate the complex and evolving legal landscape. Chartwell Law’s recent promotions reflect this trend, positioning the firm for continued success in the post-pandemic era.

As these new partners step into their roles, the legal industry will be watching closely to see how they contribute to Chartwell Law’s growth and influence in the coming years. Their diverse expertise and broad geographical spread hint at an exciting future for the firm as it continues to expand its services and adapt to the changing legal environment.

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