National law firm Wilson Elser promoted three attorneys in New Jersey to partner, effective Jan. 1.
Andrew Heck, Jennifer Moran and Timothy Wheeler were each elevated to partner in the firm’s Florham Park office. The three promotions are part of 19 made nationwide at the firm, which is headquartered in New York.
“Congratulations to our 2022 partner class as they move up the ranks of the firm,” said Wilson Elser Chair Daniel McMahon. “Each of these 19 attorneys brings an in-depth understanding of our clients’ business and legal needs, and we look forward to even greater contributions to the advancement of our firm and our clients.”
Heck defends general liability, transportation, product liability, construction defect and workers’ compensation claims in his civil litigation practice. He’s defended clients in said fields in a variety of settings, including against claims of catastrophic injury and wrongful death.
Moran defends personal injury claims on behalf of commercial property owners, construction companies, restaurants, transportation companies and landlords, with a concentration on large-scale commercial properties, condominium associations and construction accident claims throughout the state. Moran works with clients in all phases of commercial litigation and focuses on early, practical and cost-effective resolution.
Wheeler is a restructuring attorney who focuses on creditors’ rights and commercial litigation. His practice includes representing individual creditors, creditors’ committees and debtors in complex restructuring matters in various jurisdictions. Wheeler has significant experience litigating on behalf of national banks and other commercial entities in federal and state courts.