Chambers USA 2017 Recognizes Choate Lawyers and Practices

Choate Press Release

 | May 26, 2017

Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business recognized 34 Choate lawyers as leading counsel in their respective fields, with six receiving Band 1 rankings. The Firm also had 11 practices - Antitrust, Banking & Finance, Bankruptcy/Restructuring, Corporate/M&A, Healthcare, Insurance, Intellectual Property, Litigation: General Commercial, Private Equity: Buyouts, Tax, and Technology - recognized as leaders.

The following is a complete list of Choate’s Chambers USA rankings for 2017.

  • Antitrust – Robert M. Buchanan, Jr.
  • Banking & Finance – Andrew Hickey, Peter M. Palladino, Kevin J. Simard, and John F. Ventola
  • Bankruptcy/Restructuring – Douglas R. Gooding and John F. Ventola
  • Corporate/M&A – Robert V. Jahrling III
  • Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation – Arthur S. Meyers
  • Healthcare – Julie Hesse and Christine G. Savage
  • Insurance: David A. Attisani (Dispute Resolution: Reinsurance – Nationwide), Jean-Paul Jaillet, Rob Kole, and Hugh Scott
  • Intellectual Property – Karen F. Copenhaver (Licensing), Robert S. Frank, Jr., Dr. Brenda H. Jarrell, and Eric J. Marandett
  • Labor & Employment – Thomas E. Shirley and Gregory Keating
  • Litigation – Mark D. Cahill (General Commercial), Jack Cinquegrana (White-Collar Crime & Government Investigations), Robert S. Frank, Jr. (General Commercial), Diana K. Lloyd (White-Collar Crime & Government Investigations), and Joan Lukey (General Commercial)
  • Litigation: Trial Lawyers - Nationwide – Joan Lukey
  • Private Equity – Christian A. Atwood (Buyouts), Kimberley Kaplan-Gross (Fund Formation), Brian P. Lenihan (Venture Capital Investment), Stephen O. Meredith (Buyouts), T.J. Murphy (Buyouts), and Howard Rosenblum (Fund Formation)
  • Real Estate – Paul Laudano
  • Tax – Timothy J. Becker, Louis J. Marett
  • Technology – Karen F. Copenhaver


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