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Chambers Gives High Marks to Nixon Peabody LLP; 47 Attorneys Recognized As Leaders

June 20, 2011
Allison McClain

Boston, MA. Chambers and Partners, publishers of guides to law firms, has ranked international law firm Nixon Peabody LLP highly in the 2011 edition of Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business, Chambers Europe, and Chambers Global. Nixon Peabody has been named a leader in several practices. In addition, 47 Nixon Peabody attorneys have been recognized as top lawyers in their respective practices.

Internationally Ranked Practices:

  • Franchising

Nationally Ranked Practices:

  • Food & Beverages: Alcohol
  • Franchising
  • Insurance: Dispute Resolution: Insurer
  • Investment Funds: Private Equity: Fund Formation
  • Native American Law

State Practice Rankings:

  • Bankruptcy/Restructuring—Massachusetts
  • Corporate/Commercial—New Hampshire
  • Corporate/M&A & Private Equity—District of Columbia
  • Energy: State Regulatory & Wholesale Electric Market—New York
  • Environment—New York
  • Healthcare—Massachusetts
  • Healthcare—New York
  • Insurance: Insurer—California
  • Intellectual Property—Illinois
  • Labor & Employment—California
  • Labor & Employment—Massachusetts
  • Labor & Employment—Rhode Island
  • Litigation: General Commercial—New Hampshire
  • Litigation: General Commercial—Rhode Island

Attorneys Recognized as Leaders in their Field:

  • John P. Beals—Corporate/Commercial, New Hampshire & Private Equity: Fund Formation, Massachusetts
  • Mark N. Berman—Bankruptcy/Restructuring, Massachusetts
  • Robert C. Bernius—Media & Entertainment, District of Columbia
  • Jeffrey S. Brenner—Litigation: General Commercial, Rhode Island
  • Richard M. Cogen—Energy: State Regulatory & Wholesale Electric Market, New York
  • Stacie Boeniger Collier—Labor & Employment, Rhode Island
  • Sarah T. Connolly—Tax: Estate Planning, Massachusetts
  • Donald E. Dorfman—Insurance: Insurer, California
  • James Fabian—Healthcare, New York
  • Kevin M. Fitzgerald—Litigation: General Commercial, New Hampshire
  • Ellen S. Friedman—Projects, Global, Nationwide
  • Carolyn Jacoby Gabbay—Healthcare, Massachusetts
  • John L. Greenthal—Environment, New York
  • Frederick H. Grein, Jr.—Corporate/M&A, Massachusetts
  • R. Mark Halligan—Intellectual Property, Illinois
  • James C. Hood—Corporate/Commercial, New Hampshire
  • Charles P. Jacobs—Investment Funds: Private Equity: Fund Formation, Global, Nationwide
  • Mark Kass—Corporate/M&A & Private Equity, District of Columbia
  • John J. Koeppel—Corporate/M&A, New York & Investment Funds: Private Equity: Fund Formation, Nationwide
  • Andrew P. Loewinger—Franchising, Global, Nationwide
  • Gordon J. MacDonald—Litigation: General Commercial, New Hampshire
  • David A. Martland—Antitrust, Massachusetts & Private Equity: Venture Capital Investment, Massachusetts
  • Michele A. Masucci—Healthcare, New York
  • Thomas J. McCord—Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation, Massachusetts
  • Jean H. McCreary—Environment, New York
  • Neal J. McNamara—Labor & Employment, Rhode Island
  • Victor G. Milione—Bankruptcy/Restructuring, Massachusetts
  • Laura Ariane Miller—Litigation: White-Collar Crime & Government Investigations, District of Columbia
  • Peter J. Millock—Healthcare, New York & Healthcare: Regulatory & Litigation, Nationwide
  • Craig D. Mills—Banking & Finance, Massachusetts
  • Daniel D. Muller—Real Estate, New Hampshire
  • Timothy W. Mungovan—Litigation: General Commercial, Massachusetts
  • Gary J. Oberstein—Labor & Employment, Massachusetts
  • Vincent O'Brien—Food & Beverages: Alcohol, Nationwide
  • W. Scott O'Connell—Litigation: General Commercial, New Hampshire
  • Andrew B. Prescott—Labor & Employment, Rhode Island
  • Arthur L. Pressman—Franchising, Nationwide
  • Susan S. Robfogel—Healthcare, New York & Healthcare: Regulatory & Litigation, Nationwide
  • Ludovic Roche—Labor & Employment, Paris
  • Regina S. Rockefeller—Healthcare, Massachusetts
  • Daniel W. Sklar—Corporate/Commercial: Bankruptcy, New Hampshire
  • Jeffrey M. Tanenbaum—Labor & Employment, California
  • Philip B. Taub—Corporate/Commercial, New Hampshire
  • Craig R. Tractenberg—Franchising, Nationwide
  • Scott M. Turner—Environment, New York
  • David A. Vicinanzo—Litigation: General Commercial, New Hampshire
  • Stanley W. Widger, Jr.—Energy: State Regulatory & Wholesale Ele ctric Market, New York
  • Justine E. Wilcox—Real Estate, District of Columbia

Chambers and Partners’ methodology and selection process is determined by the qualities most valued by the client which include legal ability, professional conduct, client service, commercial awareness, diligence, and commitment. The rankings and editorial comment about attorneys are independent.