Miller & Chevalier Receives Numerous Individual and Practice Rankings in the 2009 Edition of Chambers USA
06.12.09FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Washington D.C., June 12, 2009 – Miller & Chevalier Chartered today announced that the firm received numerous individual and practice rankings in the 2009 edition of Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business.
Miller & Chevalier’s individual and practice rankings are as follows:
Tax: Controversy - National*
Tax - District of Columbia *
Lawrence Gibbs - Tax - District of Columbia *
Alan Horowitz - Tax: Controversy - National*
Kevin Kenworthy - Tax: Controversy - National
Phil Mann - Tax - District of Columbia
Patricia Sweeney - Tax - District of Columbia
International Trade: Intellectual Property (Section 337) - National*
International Trade: National
Homer Moyer - International Trade: FCPA Experts*
Larry Christensen - International Trade: Export Controls & Economic Sanctions - National*
William Clements - International Trade: Export Controls & Economic Sanctions - National*
David Foster - International Trade: Intellectual Property*
Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation:
Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation - District of Columbia
Marianna Dyson - Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation - District of Columbia
Gary Quintiere - Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation - District of Columbia
Anthony Shelley - ERISA Litigation - National
Litigation: White Collar Crime & Government Investigations – District of Columbia
Mark Rochon – White Collar Crime & Government Investigations – District of Columbia
*Indicates first or second tier ranking.
The Chambers rankings are based on extensive research conducted by Chambers and Partners Legal Publishers, a highly respected English publisher of renowned directories assessing and ranking the world’s leading lawyers. Unlike other companies that allow firms to purchase a mention or ranking, Chambers bases its listings solely on outside evaluations of merit. Its researchers investigate law firms and lawyers in each U.S. state through an exhaustive process of interviewing clients and competitors in major areas of business law.
About Miller & Chevalier
Founded in 1920, Miller & Chevalier is a Washington, D.C. law firm with a global perspective and leading practices in tax; employee benefits, including ERISA; international law and business; complex litigation; and government affairs. For more information on the firm, visit www.millerchevalier.com.
Marianna Dyson, Miller & Chevalier, 202-626-5867