WilmerHale Boasts Sixty-Five Lawyers Recently Named as Best Lawyers in America

WilmerHale Boasts Sixty-Five Lawyers Recently Named as Best Lawyers in America

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Sixty-five lawyers from WilmerHale were recently honored in the 2005-2006 edition of The Best Lawyers in America. These lawyers represent each of the firm's domestic locations.

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The following are the WilmerHale lawyers recognized in the 2005-2006 edition of The Best Lawyers in America, listed by state and alongside their respective practice areas:

Baltimore—Mark Pollak (Real Estate Law); Stephen H. Sachs (Alternative Dispute Resolution, Business Litigation, Criminal Defense); John Watkins (Corporate, M&A, Securities)

BostonKatharine E. Bachman (Real Estate Law); Mark G. Borden (Corporate, M&A, Securities Law); Paul P. Brountas (Corporate, M&A, Securities Law); Andrew H. Cohn (Real Estate Law); Paul P. Daley (Bankruptcy and Creditor Debtor Rights); Michael Fay (Trusts and Estates); Richard W. Giuliani (Tax Law); John D. Hamilton, Jr. (Real Estate Law); James B. Lampert (Intellectual Property Law); William F. Lee (Business Litigation); Vincent P. McCarthy (Real Estate Law); William O'Reilly (Real Estate Law); Mark N. Polebaum (Bankruptcy and Creditor-Debtor Rights); David E. Redlick (Corporate, M&A, Securities Law), Roger M. Ritt (Tax Law); Patrick J. Rondeau (Corporate, M&A, Securities Law); Jeffrey B. Rudman (Business Litigation); John D. Sigel (Bankruptcy and Creditor-Debtor Rights); Philip Stevenson (Real Estate Law); C. Hall Swaim (Bankruptcy and Creditor-Debtor Rights); Robert Tuchmann (Real Estate Law); Gary A. Walpert (Intellectual Property Law)

New YorkPhilip Anker (Bankruptcy and Creditor-Debtor Rights); Paul Engelmayer (Business Litigation); Robert B. McCaw (Business Litigation, Corporate, M&A, and Securities Law); Peter Vigeland (Business Litigation);

North Virginia—Duane D. Morse (Bankruptcy and Creditor-Debtor Rights); Thomas W. White (Corporate, M&A, Securities Law)

Washington, DC—Gregory Baer (Financial Institutions and Transactions Law); Charlene Barshefsky (International Trade and Finance Law); Brandon Becker (Corporate, M&A, and Securities Law); Robert B. Bell (Antitrust Law); Russell J. Bruemmer (Banking Law, Financial Institutions and Transactions Law); Robert Cassidy (International Trade and Finance Law); Louis R. Cohen (Business Litigation, Corporate, M&A, Securities Law); Meredith Cross (Corporate, M&A, Securities Law); Lloyd N. Cutler (Antitrust Law, Corporate, M&A, Securities Law, International Trade and Finance Law); Jamie Gorelick (Business Litigation); John D. Greenwald (International Trade and Finance Law); Gary N. Horlick (International Trade and Finance Law); Stephen Hut, Jr. (Business Litigation); Terrill A. Hyde (Tax Law); Michael R. Klein (Corporate, M&A, Securities Law); William J. Kolasky (Antitrust Law); F. David Lake, Jr. (Tax Law); Charles Levy (International Trade and Finance Law); Martin Lybecker (Corporate, M&A, Securities Law); William McLucas (Business Litigation, Corporate, M&A, Securities Law); A. Douglas Melamed (Antitrust Law); Robert Novick (International Trade and Finance Law); David W. Ogden (Business Litigation); John Payton (Business Litigation); William J. Perlstein (Bankruptcy and Creditor-Debtor Rights); Howard M. Shapiro (Business Litigation, Criminal Defense); Marianne Smythe (Corporate, M&A, Securities Law); Robert Stack (Tax Law); Seth P. Waxman (Business Litigation, First Amendment Law); Harry Weiss (Corporate, M&A, Securities Law); Laura S. Wertheimer (Business Litigation); William J. Wilkins (Tax Law); Roger Witten (Business Litigation, Criminal Defense); Soo Yim (Corporate, M&A, Securities Law)