Five Lawyers Ranked Amid Top Ten in Who’s Who Legal 2007

Five Lawyers Ranked Amid Top Ten in Who’s Who Legal 2007

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Five WilmerHale lawyers are listed among the top ten in Who’s Who Legal: The International Who's Who of Business Lawyers 2007 edition,in which individuals are selected based on the strength of their personal reputation gathered through global peer-research.

Gary Horlick earned the top seat within the practice of Trade & Customs, according to Who’s Who, “Gary Horlick emerges as the practice area’s leading light, polling more nominations than any other practitioner.” WilmerHale stands out on the Trade & Customs list with three other lawyers ranking among the top 10, a feat matched by no other firm: Marco Bronckers is praised as “very creative,” Charlene Barshefsky received nominations from many of the practice area’s most respected players and Claus-Dieter Ehlermann is noted as “very well regarded for WTO work.”

Bill Kolasky achieved a spot in the top five for the practice of Competition. William is illustrated as “outstanding,” and “one of the practice area’s most heavily nominated figures – ‘you have to respect his knowledge.’”

Additionally recognized from the Trade practice are John Greenwald, Robert Novick and Robert Cassidy. With five acknowledged lawyers in Washington, DC, WilmerHale has more lawyers listed than any other on the Who’s Who list.

Natalie McNelis was also recognized for her Trade work from the Brussels office and Who’s Who added that the firm’s group in Brussels is described as a “very strong team.”

Other noted lawyers from the Competition practice include Ulrich Quack, Suyong Kim, Douglas Melamed, James Lowe, Thomas Mueller, Claus-Dieter Ehlermann, Sven Völcker and John Ratliff.

Also noted as a leader in his field by Who’s Who Legal 2007 is Gary Born for the practice of Arbitration. Gary is described as being “at the very top of the profession and deservedly so.”