Annual Chambers USA Results Are Out and Seventy-Six WilmerHale Lawyers Are In

Annual Chambers USA Results Are Out and Seventy-Six WilmerHale Lawyers Are In

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Seventy-six WilmerHale lawyers are to be recognized for their exceptional standing in the in the soon-to-be-published Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business 2005. After legal industry months of market research, these select lawyers were found to possess the utmost talent in their respective practice areas.

Since its first US edition was published in 2003, the Chambers USA guide has staked its claim among the most respected referral guides of the leading law firms and individuals in the country. Because of its extensive research method, which includes numerous in-depth client and lawyer interviews, this guide is one that carries weight in the industry.

The following is a list of WilmerHale lawyers named in the 2005 edition of Chambers USA, listed by state and alongside the practice area(s) in which each was recommended:

Maryland: Thomas E.D. Millspaugh (Real Estate); Mark Pollak (Real Estate); Matthew McDavid Reed (Real Estate); John B. Watkins (Corporate/M&A);

Massachusetts: Mitchel Appelbaum (Bankruptcy); Katharine E. Bachman (Real Estate); David Bassett (Intellectual Property); William C. Benjamin (Tax); Mark G. Borden (Corporate/M&A, Private Equity); Jay E. Bothwick (Corporate/M&A); Robert D. Burke (Tax); James C. Burling (Antitrust); Joseph J. Christian (Real Estate); Paul P. Daley (Bankruptcy); Peter M. Dichiara (Intellectual Property); John G. Fabiano (Litigation: General Commercial); Richard W. Giuliani (Tax); Karen F. Green (Litigation); Daniel W. Halston (Litigation: General Commercial); Neil Jacobs (Employment); Paul Jakubowski (Real Estate); Robert D. Keefe (Litigation); Wayne M. Kennard (Intellectual Property); Rob Kirsch (Environment); James B. Lampert (Intellectual Property); William F. Lee (Intellectual Property); Michelle D. Miller (Antitrust); William R. O’Reilly, Jr. (Real Estate); Mark N. Polebaum (Bankruptcy); David E. Redlick (Corporate/M&A); Roger M. Ritt (Tax); Patrick J. Rondeau (Corporate/M&A, Private Equity); Sarah Rothermel (Private Equity); Jeffrey B. Rudman (Litigation); William H. Schmidt (Tax); Mark D. Selwyn (Intellectual Property); John D. Sigel (Bankruptcy); Steven D. Singer (Corporate/M&A); Joel H. Sirkin (Real Estate); Donald R. Steinberg (Intellectual Property); Wayne L. Stoner (Intellectual Property); C. Hall Swaim (Bankruptcy);

New York: Robert B. McCaw (Litigation); John V.H. Pierce (Arbitration); Robert A. Schwed (Private Equity); S. Calvin Walden (Intellectual Property);

Washington DC: James E. Anderson (Investment Management); Robert G. Bagnall (Investment Management); Charlene Barshefsky (International Trade); Brandon Becker (Investment Management); Robert B. Bell (Antitrust); Craig Goldblatt (Bankruptcy); Jamie Gorelick (Litigation: General Commercial); John D. Greenwald (International Trade); Gary N. Horlick (International Trade); Terrill A. Hyde (Tax); Michael R. Klein (Litigation: General Commercial); William J. Kolasky (Antitrust); William T. Lake (Telecom, Broadcast & Satellite); Charles S. Levy (International Trade); Martin E. Lybecker (Investment Management); William R. McLucas (Litigation, Litigation: General Commercial); A. Douglas Melamed (Antitrust); Robert T. Novick (International Trade); Jonathan E. Nuechterlein (Telecom, Broadcast & Satellite); William J. Perlstein (Bankruptcy); Howard M. Shapiro (Litigation); Marianne K. Smythe (Investment Management); Seth P. Waxman (Appellate); Harry J. Weiss (Corporate/Commercial);

Virginia: David P. Donovan (Litigation: General Commercial); David Sylvester (Corporate/M&A).

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