UNIONDALE, NEW YORK (Nov. 8, 2014) – LIConstructionLaw.com attorney John Caravella was recently named 2014 Leadership in Law Award winner in its sole practitioner category as decided by nominating members of the Long Island business community.
This is the second time in two years John Caravella has received recognition from the Long Island business community, having previously been named to its “Ones to Watch in Long Island Law” listing in 2012.
Caravella was one of 32 attorneys across various practice areas selected this year by the Long Island business community for recognition in its Leadership in Law Award, which ‘is dedicated to those individuals whose leadership, both in the legal profession and in the community, have had a positive impact on Long Island.’
“To be recognized by the Long Island business community in this way is a high honor, and I will continue working to maintain and build upon this recognition,” said Caravella. “I am extremely proud to have earned the trust and confidence of my construction industry clientele, who are the Long Island business community.”
The Leadership in Law Awards will be presented Thursday November 13, 2014, at the Crest Hollow Country Club, Woodbury New York. For further information on attending call the Long Island Business News at 631-737-1700.
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