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June 2016 – Stephen Napier is named as a recipient of this year's Fairfield County Business Journal ‘s "40 under 40" award, for his business leadership, professional success and commitment to the community." Each year, the "40 under 40" award is presented to 40 of the best and brightest professionals in Fairfield County under the age of 40 who have shown leadership and contributed to Fairfield County's business growth.

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May, 2016 – Donat C. Marchand invited to membership of the National Association of Distinguished Counsel, an organization which recognizes attorneys throughout the country "who elevate the standards of the Bar and provide a benchmark for other lawyers to emulate." According to the organization's website, "Members are thoroughly vetted by a research team, selected by a blue ribbon panel of attorneys with podium status from independently neutral organizations, and approved by a judicial review board as exhibiting virtue in the practice of law."

April 2016 – In Rowe v. Rubin, a plaintiff who prevailed on a civil complaint was entitled to reasonable attorney fees. The trial court approved hourly rates that ranged between $224 and $400 per hour for plaintiff's lead attorneys, Edward Krumeich and Stephen Walko of IBO who were described by the court as "very experienced," "helpful" and "efficient." It was also determined that the partners made appropriate use of associate attorneys who billed lower rates.

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June 2015 - Ivey, Barnum & O'Mara's representation of the Estate of Concetta Russo-Carriero in its wrongful death action against the City of White Plains was included in the New York Law Journal's "Top Verdicts of 2014". Attorneys John Q. Kelly presented evidence over the course of three weeks to demonstrate that the City of White Plains had failed to properly secure or protect the parking garage adjacent to the Galleria Mall, where Mrs. Russo-Carriero was assaulted and killed walking to her parked car in late June, 2005. After three days of deliberations, the jury returned a verdict in favor of Mrs. Russo-Carriero's estate in the amount of $ 1,983,000 for her conscious pain and suffering and wrongful death. Click to read Press Release >

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