HSPRD Announces Four Newly Elected Shareholders

Newly elected HSPRD shareholders Mark B. Weiner (left), Robert W. Krug (center), Caryn C. Lederer (center right) and Daniel A. Waitzman (right).
Newly elected shareholders Mark B. Weiner (left), Robert W. Krug (center), Caryn C. Lederer (center right) and Daniel A. Waitzman (right).

It is with great honor that we announce that as of January 1, 2023, Caryn C. Lederer, Robert W. Krug, Daniel A. Waitzman and Mark B. Weiner have been elected to shareholders of the firm. Caryn, Robert, Daniel and Mark have been with HSPRD for many years, and they have earned their promotions through their commitment and contribution to the success of our clients and the firm.

We congratulate our new leaders, each of whom brings their own unique talents and expertise to the work they do for our clients. They not only lead by example, but they are exceptional counselors, litigators and, and above all, wonderful colleagues.

“These fine attorneys are becoming HSPRD shareholders as a direct result of their extraordinary commitment to client service, firm culture, and proven results,” said HSPRD Shareholder Mark Dym. “We proudly congratulate Caryn, Robert, Daniel, and Mark on earning this well-deserved promotion. HSPRD is fortunate to have such outstanding attorneys, and we look forward to supporting their continued legal growth and development.”

Caryn C. Lederer is a seasoned litigator, focusing her practice on civil rights, constitutional law, class actions, labor and employment, and whistleblower litigation. Her work has obtained tens of millions of dollars for clients and achieved systemic reform across the country.

Robert W. Krug represents individual clients and major corporations in a broad range of immigration matters, including temporary and permanent employment and family-based immigration, asylum, consular processing, and citizenship matters. He has represented clients before the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, the Executive Office for Immigration Review, the U.S. Department of State, the U.S. Department of Labor and U.S. consular posts around the world.

Daniel A. Waitzman focuses his practice on insurance coverage litigation and general commercial litigation matters.  He has significant experience representing insurers in coverage disputes nationwide involving long-tail exposure, including bodily injury and property damage related to environmental, mass tort and product liability claims.

Mark Weiner is a veteran trial attorney who focuses on litigation in the personal injury and worker compensation fields. Mr. Weiner received his B.A. from the University of Illinois and his J.D. from the University of Denver School of Law.

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