Artemio Aranilla — a Litigator with Successes at Every Level of Court in Delaware — Joins MacElree Harvey

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Artemio Aranilla — a litigator with successes at every level of court in Delaware, including the Court of Chancery, Delaware Supreme Court, and U.S. District Court for the District of Delaware — has joined MacElree Harvey as a partner in its office in Hockessin, Del.

Prior to joining the firm, Aranilla worked for Marshall Dennehey Warner Coleman & Goggin in Wilmington as an Associate and as Special Counsel in the areas of Professional Liability; Commercial Litigation; Real Estate; Architectural, Engineering, and Construction Defect Litigation; and Healthcare Liability.

“We’re excited to have Art join us in the Hockessin office of MacElree Harvey,” said Daniel Crossland, a partner in MacElree Harvey’s Hockessin office. “His addition to the firm strengthens our growing Delaware litigation practice. Art brings with him years of litigation experience in business and corporate matters, which will be a great asset to our Delaware clients.”

Aranilla earned his bachelor’s degree from Yale University and his MBA and J.D. from Boston University.

“Art is an effective and experienced litigator who will add a great value to our Delaware litigation capabilities,” said Andrew Silverman, a partner in the firm’s Business Department. “Art is a native Delawarean and a deep thinker. Our clients will really enjoy working with him. We are really glad to welcome him here.”

Aranilla is licensed to practice in New Jersey, New York, Delaware, the U.S. District Court Eastern District of New York, the U.S. District Court Southern District of New York, and the U.S. District Court for the District of Delaware.

Learn more about Artemio Aranilla or e-mail him at aaranilla@macelree.com.

Learn more about MacElree Harvey.

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