Chambers Global 2009 Recognizes 25 WilmerHale Lawyers and 12 Firm Practices

Chambers Global 2009 Recognizes 25 WilmerHale Lawyers and 12 Firm Practices

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Twenty-five WilmerHale lawyers are to be named among the “World’s Leading Lawyers for Business” in the 2009 edition of Chambers Global. In addition to these individual listings, the firm was also ranked in 12 practice areas. These results were recently announced, while the full rankings and editorial will be published later this year.

Chambers Global’s rankings are based on thousands of interviews with lawyers and clients, with great weight given to the results of client feedback. Rankings take into account the lawyers’ legal ability, professional conduct, client service, commercial awareness, commitment and other qualities that clients consider valuable.

The following WilmerHale lawyers will appear in the upcoming guide, listed below by practice area and country in which they are to be recognized:

Arbitration (International):
(Global and UK) Gary Born

Arbitration (Europe-wide):
(UK) Gary Born, Franz Schwarz, Steven Finizio

Competition/Antitrust:
(USA) William J. Kolasky, Douglas Melamed

Competition/European Law:
(Belgium) Christian Duvernoy, Claus-Dieter Ehlermann, John Ratliff,Sven Völcker
(USA) Thomas Mueller

Corporate/M&A: China (Foreign):
(China) Lester Ross

Dispute Resolution (International):
(Most-In-Demand) Gary Born
(UK) Gary Born, Franz Schwarz, Steven Finizio

Intellectual Property:
(USA) William Lee

International Trade: Export Controls & Economic Sanctions:
(USA) Ronald Meltzer

International Trade: Trade Remedies & Trade Policy:
(USA) Charlene Barshefsky, Robert Cassidy Jr., John Greenwald, Gary Horlick, Charles Levy, Robert Novick

International Trade/WTO:
(Belgium and Europe-wide) Jacques Bourgeois, Marco Bronckers, Claus-Dieter Ehlermann, Natalie McNelis

Life Sciences: Commercial (Global):
(USA) David Redlick, Steven Singer

Private Equity: Buyouts:
(USA) Robert Schwed

WilmerHale will be recognized for the following practice areas, listed below by practice area and region in which they are to be ranked:

Arbitration (International):
Europe-wide

Competition/Antitrust:
Global, USA

Competition/European Law:
Belgium, Europe-wide

Corporate/M&A: China (Foreign):
China

Data Protection:
Global

Dispute Resolution (International Arbitration):
Europe-wide

Intellectual Property:
USA

International Trade:
USA

International Trade/WTO:
Belgium, Europe-wide, Global

Life Sciences:
Global

Technology & Communications:
Europe-wide

Transportation: Aviation:
Europe-wide