Rawle & Henderson LLP Partner Zachary M. Rubinich has been honored as one of Main Line Today’s 2023 Top Lawyers. Mr. Rubinich was selected by his peers as the best in the profession in the field of Workers’ Compensation. The honor recognizes attorneys of the highest level of professional excellence who practice in Chester, Delaware, or Montgomery counties. The award is bestowed based on a review of exclusively peer ballots.
Mr. Rubinich has regularly proven his excellence in the field of workers’ compensation, having more than twenty years of experience. Mr. Rubinich regularly serves in leadership positions in several American Bar Association (ABA) Tort Trial and Insurance Practice (TIPS) Sections. He served as Chair of the ABA TIPS Workers’ Compensation and Employers’ Liability Law Committee from 2018-2019. He has also served as Vice-Chair of the Workers’ Compensation committee from 2015 through the present. He has previously been appointed to the following ABA TIPS leadership positions: Vice-Chair of the Litigation and Trial Practice Committee; Vice-Chair of the Appellate Advocacy Committee; Member of the Ethics and Professionalism Standing Committee; Member of Scope & Correlation; and Member of the CLE Board Committee. In addition, he has served as Vice-Chair of American Bar Association Standing Committee for Diversity and Inclusion from 2017 to the present. Mr. Rubinich is also a Member of the ABA’s Legal Opportunity Scholarship Fund Committee.
Mr. Rubinich has been rated AV Preeminent by Martindale-Hubbell in 2023 for his 11th consecutive year of the honor. He was selected as a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer 2019, 2020, and 2021 by Super Lawyers, a service of Thomson Reuters, of which only the top 5% of the lawyers in Pennsylvania are chosen annually for this honor.
Mr. Rubinich was selected as a Fellow of the College of Workers’ Compensation Lawyers Class of 2020.
He was also selected as an International Advisory Experts (IAE) Award recipient in 2019 for his accomplishments as a workers’ compensation attorney in Pennsylvania.