2017 Chambers Global guide recognizes US lawyers, practice groups
April 4, 2017
eDiscovery and information governance, Energy disputes, Intellectual property, Energy regulatory, International arbitration, Energy transactions, Intellectual property, Oil and gas: Midstream, Shipping, Data protection, privacy and cybersecurity, Patents, Municipal restructuring and bankruptcy, Projects, LNG, Public-Private Partnerships (PPP)
The 2017 Chambers Global guide has listed 20 US lawyers as leading individuals in a number of key practice areas and has ranked several practice groups as among the best in the world.
Chambers Global researches the legal markets of more than 190 countries, identifying leading lawyers and law firms worldwide. Researchers conduct thousands of interviews with lawyers and clients. Rankings are based on legal ability, professional conduct, client service, commercial awareness, diligence and commitment to the client.
Listed below are global-wide and US-focused categories in which we were ranked or had US lawyers ranked.
Below are the US lawyers who were ranked: