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Litigator Arnold Lakind Recognized By Mercer County, N.J., Bar Association

LAWRENCEVILLE, N.J. - The law firm of Szaferman Lakind has announced that Arnold Lakind has been presented with the Nizolek Award by The Mercer County Bar Association. The Nizolek Award is the Mercer County Bar Association's most prestigious award, recognizing exceptional contribution to the field of law as well as the highest level of personal and professional ethics and conduct. The award was presented to Lakind at a black tie event at the Trenton Country Club.

Lakind, a founding shareholder of Szaferman Lakind, represents clients in commercial, environmental and land use litigation. He has more than 30 reported judicial decisions and has argued several landmark cases before the Supreme Court of New Jersey. Lakind was instrumental in obtaining damages in Ayers v. Jackson Township, the Supreme Court's seminal case on the types of compensable damages recoverable by individuals exposed to toxic chemicals. He has been selected as one of "The Best Lawyers in America, 2009 and for 2011" in the area of Land Use and Zoning Law. He was named a "NJ SuperLawyer" in the field of General Litigation every year from 2005 through 2011.

Szaferman Lakind is a Mercer County-based law firm with a broad range of practice areas that include Matrimonial, Litigation, Business and Personal Injury. The firm has offered its clients exceptional legal guidance and representation for more than 30 years.