Norman J. Landau inducted into the Trial Lawyers Hall of Fame

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Marjorie Landau Hirshberg, New York trial lawyer Paul Rheingold and Herndon, Virginia trial lawyer Doug Landau of ABRAMS LANDAU, Ltd., with the ATLA HALL OF FAME plaque presented posthumously to Doug’s father, Norman J. Landau. Mr. Rheingold, who practices in New York City, was the co-author with Norman Landau of the seminal books, “The Environmental Law Handbook,” and “Toxic Torts.”

The close up of the ATLA HALL OF FAME plaque presented posthumously to Doug’s father, Norman J. Landau in recognition of his outstanding career as one of America’s finest trial lawyers, teachers, writers and mentors. While ATLA can boast over 70,000 members presently, there were only a dozen members of the Hall of Fame, and no inductees in the last several years, before the late Mr. Landau’s nomination. The firm’s name, ABRAMS LANDAU, Ltd., is derived from Doug Landau’s Grandfather William L. Abrams, and his father, Norman J. Landau. Herndon, Virginia trial lawyer Doug Landau is the third generation of lawyers in his family, and he hopes to carry on the tradition of excellent service to his clients, the courts and the profession.

 

 

 

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