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Chambers USA Recommends Twenty Lane Powell Attorneys and Nine Practice Groups

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Twenty Lane Powell attorneys and nine practice groups were recently selected by their peers and clients for inclusion in the 2010 edition of the prestigious legal rankings guide Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business.

The recommended attorneys are:

  • Alaska
    • Brewster Jamieson, Litigation: General Commercial
    • Michael Parise, Corporate/M&A
  • Oregon
    • David Hosenpud, Labor & Employment
    • Benjamin Lenhart, Corporate/M&A
    • Leah Lively, Labor & Employment
    • Milo Petranovich, Litigation: General Commercial
    • Bryan Powell, Real Estate
    • Jeffrey Wolfstone, Corporate/M&A
  • Washington
    • Glenn Amster, Real Estate: Zoning/Land Use
    • Brian Bodine, Intellectual Property
    • Diane Butler, Immigration
    • Charles Ekberg, Bankruptcy/Restructuring
    • Rudy Englund, Litigation: General Commercial
    • Mary Jo Heston, Bankruptcy/Restructuring
    • Bruce Leaverton, Bankruptcy/Restructuring
    • Michael Morgan, Corporate/Commercial
    • Michael Nesteroff, Environment
    • Michael Reilly, Labor & Employment
    • Gary Tober, Corporate/Commercial: Tax
    • Douglas Wheeler, Real Estate



Chambers also recommends Lane Powell for the following practice areas:

  • Alaska
    • Litigation: General Commercial
  • Oregon
    • Corporate/M&A
    • Litigation: General Commercial
    • Real Estate
    • Labor & Employment
  • Washington
    • Bankruptcy/Restructuring
    • Corporate/Commercial
    • Litigation: General Commercial
    • Real Estate: Zoning/Land Use

Every year, the research team at Chambers carries out thousands of in-depth interviews with clients and attorneys in order to assess the reputations and expertise of business lawyers in 175 countries across the world. The qualities on which rankings are based include technical legal ability, professional conduct, client service, commercial awareness/astuteness, diligence, commitment and other qualities valued by the client. Chambers rankings and editorial materials are referred to extensively by General Counsel and other purchasers of legal services who look to their recommendations when choosing legal representation.