Foley Hoag LLP partner James Bucking, who serves as Chair of the firm's Labor & Employment Law Department, has been listed in Chambers and Partners' 2016 Chambers Global guide.
Bucking was ranked in the USA category for Labour & Employment (Band 3). According to Chambers Global, sources identify him as "very good at strategic thinking and creatively thinking about alternative ways to attack problems," and "the best labour and employment trial lawyer… in practice.”
Bucking represents corporations and other employers in union disputes, complex employment litigation and other labor and employment matters.
Chambers Global covers over 190 countries across the world and also includes Region-wide and Global-wide sections. Individual lawyers are ranked in their respective practice-areas on the basis of legal knowledge and experience, ability, effectiveness and client-service.