Lane Powell was recognized as one of the nation’s “Best Law Firms” by U.S. News and Best Lawyers for 2017. The Firm was ranked in nearly 20 practice areas nationally and more than 50 practice areas in Alaska, Portland and Seattle.
The Firm received national rankings in the following practice areas: Appellate, Banking and Finance; Banking and Finance Litigation; Bankruptcy and Creditor Debtor Rights / Insolvency and Reorganization; Bankruptcy Litigation; Commercial Litigation; Construction; Corporate; Employment (Management); ERISA Litigation; Intellectual Property Litigation; Labor (Management); Land Use and Zoning; Mass Tort Litigation / Class Action Defense; Mergers and Acquisitions; Patent Litigation; Real Estate; Tax; and Trademark.
The Firm received metropolitan first-tier rankings in the following practice areas: Antitrust Litigation; Appellate; Banking and Finance; Banking and Finance Litigation; Bankruptcy and Creditor Debtor Rights / Insolvency and Reorganization; Bankruptcy Litigation; Business Organizations (including LLCs and Partnerships); Commercial Litigation; Construction; Construction Litigation; Corporate; Employment (Management), Eminent Domain and Condemnation; Insurance; Financial Services Regulation; Intellectual Property Litigation; Mass Torts Litigation / Class Action Defense; Mergers and Acquisitions; Real Estate; Tax; Tax Litigation; Trademark; and Trusts and Estates.
The rankings are based on an evaluation process that involves collecting client and attorney evaluations, peer reviews from leading attorneys in their field and review of additional information provided by law firms. Respondents were asked to rate firms based on expertise, responsiveness, understanding of a business and its needs, cost-effectiveness, civility and whether they would refer another client to the firm. All of the feedback is combined to create an overall score for each firm.
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