AUBURN — Stephen B. Wade and Rebecca S. Webber from the firm of Skelton Taintor & Abbott have been honored on the 2018 New England Super Lawyers list. Braden M. Clement and Amy Dieterich have been named to Rising Stars.

Super Lawyers, a Thomson Reuters business, is a rating service of outstanding lawyers from more than 70 practice areas who have attained a high-degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. The objective of Super Lawyers is to create a credible, comprehensive and diverse listing of outstanding attorneys that can be used as a resource for attorneys and consumers searching for legal counsel.

This is the 11th consecutive such honor for Wade, who is named in the area of personal injury general, plaintiff. He has devoted his 30-plus-year career to representing individuals who have been injured as a result of the negligence of others and has represented hundreds of individuals, each of whom has experienced a traumatic event that has resulted in their injury or in the death of a loved one.

Named in the areas of employment and labor, 10-time honoree Webber’s practice areas include employment litigation, civil rights litigation, employment law, counseling and compliance and employment law training. She represents individuals, business and municipal clients in the full range of employment law matters.

Dieterich is recognized for the second year in the area of business litigation. She represents individual clients and businesses in commercial disputes, family matters, employment and labor law matters, as well as litigation, arbitration and regulatory proceedings.

Three-time honoree Clement is recognized in the areas of general litigation and personal injury. A strong advocate for his clients, Clement’s litigation experience includes personal injury law, professional malpractice, real estate and commercial disputes, family law and immigration.

Stephan Wade

Stephan Wade

Rebecca Webber

Rebecca Webber

Braden Clement

Braden Clement

Amy Dieterich

Amy Dieterich


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