Four Fox Attorneys Named Professional Excellence Honorees by The New Jersey Law JournalApril 5, 2019 – Press Releases
Fox Rothschild LLP is pleased to announce that Rachelle M. Bin, Nicholas Casiello Jr., Christopher C. Fallon III and Corinne McCann Trainor are named 2019 Professional Excellence honorees by The New Jersey Law Journal in the following award categories:
- Unsung Heroes – Rachelle M. Bin
- Dealmakers of the Year – Nicholas Casiello Jr.
- New Leaders of the Bar – Christopher C. Fallon III and Corinne McCann Trainor
The Unsung Heroes award recognizes individuals who are indispensable to the firm’s daily operations.
Bin, who serves as assistant general counsel at the firm, provides risk management advice and ethics guidance to more than 900 attorneys in Fox’s 27 offices nationwide. A certified mediator, she is skilled in analyzing conflicts and resolving disputes. She counsels firm clients on liability issues and answers complex questions that arise in almost every area of law. She earned her J.D. and B.A. from the University of California at Los Angeles.
The Dealmakers of the Year distinction recognizes practitioners or groups in corporate, M&A, real estate, bankruptcy or other transactional work who have handled some of the year’s biggest deals.
Casiello, chair of the firm’s nationwide Gaming Practice, has more than 30 years of experience in this highly regulated industry. Named as one of the leading gaming attorneys in the world by Chambers Global, he represents an array of clients, including casinos, gaming equipment manufacturers and technology providers, private equity firms and other investors, in all aspects of gaming law. He earned his J.D. from Seton Hall University and his B.A. from Drew University.
The New Leaders of the Bar award recognizes attorneys who bring both notable achievements and outstanding potential to their work.
Fallon litigates complex commercial matters, business disputes, real estate controversies and construction-related matters. He also handles claims against municipalities and others who interfere with property rights of businesses and defends clients in claims brought by municipalities regarding the use of their properties. He earned his J.D. from Villanova University and his B.A., cum laude, from the University of Notre Dame.
Trainor handles litigation arising from complex business transactions, multiparty actions, estate and family matters, intellectual property disputes and constitutional challenges. She works within a wide variety of business sectors, including the pharmaceutical, oil, transportation, real estate, construction, commercial banking, legal services, insurance and funeral service industries. She earned her J.D., cum laude, from Seton Hall University and her B.S., with honors, from Rutgers University.