Chambers USA 2013 Ranks Foley Hoag Lawyers, Practices
Publication Recognizes 26 Partners Across 12 Practice Categories
May 24, 2013
Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business 2013 has ranked 26 Foley Hoag LLP lawyers across 12 practice categories, representing 31 percent of the firm’s partnership.
The lawyers recognized include Beth Arnold, Thomas Barker, David Broadwin, James Bucking, Jeffrey Collins, Ronald Goodman, Dana Gordon, Mark Haddad, Seth Jaffe, Adam Kahn, Michael Keating, William Kolb, Claire Laporte, Kenneth Leonetti, Doug McGarrah, Martin Murphy, Michael Rosen, Peter Rosenblum, Robert Sanoff, Andrew Schwartz, Philip Swain, Nicholas Theodorou, Donald Ware, Michele Whitham, Lisa Wood and Colin Zick.
The lawyers were ranked in the following practice categories: Antitrust, Bankruptcy and Restructuring, Corporate/M&A, Environment, Healthcare, Hedge and Mutual Funds, Intellectual Property, Labor and Employment, Litigation: General Commercial, Litigation: White-Collar Crime and Government Investigations, and Private Equity: Venture Capital Investment. The firm was recognized nationally in the International Arbitration category.
Full rankings and editorial commentary are available at www.chambersandpartners.com.
Chambers guides are published annually and distributed to general counsel of leading global and national businesses. Rankings within the guides are determined by a rigorous interview process between the Chambers research team and Fortune 100 general counsel, high-profile entrepreneurs, significant purchasers of legal services and law firms.
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