25 Foley Hoag Lawyers Recognized in Chambers USA 2017
Firm Ranked Across 11 Practice Categories
May 30, 2017
Chambers and Partners has recognized 25 Foley Hoag LLP lawyers in its 2017 edition of Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business. The firm itself was ranked in 11 practice categories.
Lawyers included are: Thomas Barker, Joseph Basile, Kathleen Brill, David Broadwin, James Bucking, Jeffrey Collins, Mark Haddad, Seth Jaffe, Adam Kahn, Michael Keating, William Kolb, Claire Laporte, Kenneth Leonetti, Martin Murphy, John Patterson Jr., Martin Pentz, Erica Rice, Michael Rosen, Peter Rosenblum, Andrew Schwartz, Philip Swain, Nicholas Theodorou, Donald Ware, Lisa Wood and Colin Zick.
The lawyers were ranked in the following practice categories: Antitrust, Bankruptcy/Restructuring, Corporate/M&A, Environment, Healthcare, Insurance, Intellectual Property, Investment Funds, Labor & Employment, Litigation and Private Equity.
In addition, Foley Hoag was ranked in the Corporate/M&A, Environment, Healthcare, Hedge & Mutual Funds, Insurance, Intellectual Property, Labor & Employment, Litigation, Private Equity, Technology, and International Arbitration practice categories.
Full rankings and editorial commentary are available here.
Chambers USA is published annually and distributed to general counsel of leading global and national businesses. Rankings within the guide are determined by an interview process between the Chambers research team and Fortune 100 general counsel, high-profile entrepreneurs, purchasers of legal services, and law firms. Law firms and individual lawyers ranked within the guide are assessed on qualities such as technical legal ability, professional conduct, client service, commercial astuteness, diligence, commitment, and other qualities most valued by the client.
Foley Hoag previously received top rankings in Public International Law and International Arbitration by Chambers and Partners Global 2017, in which partners Paul Reichler, Lawrence Martin, Daniel Schimmel and Hery Frédéric Ranjeva and counsel Sarah Altschuller were recognized as “Notable Practitioners.” In addition, Schimmel was singled out as a foreign expert in International Arbitration for France.
Chambers Global also ranked Foley Hoag in the top band in Business and Human Rights Law, where the firm specializes in advising multinational companies, sovereign States and international organizations on corporate social responsibility.
About Foley Hoag LLP
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