Chambers USA Again Names Miller Canfield Among America’s Leading Lawyers for Business
Firm receives national recognition and leads the state in number of attorneys ranked
Chambers USA 2009, a referral guide designed to objectively present the best practitioners in the main areas of corporate law, has selected Miller Canfield as a top law firm in all six practice areas ranked in Michigan and has ranked the firm nationally. In addition, 22 of the firm’s lawyers are recognized as leading business lawyers – more than any other Michigan law firm for the fifth year in a row.
Miller Canfield was recognized nationally as a leader in Sports Law. In Michigan, the firm received the highest possible ranking in Commercial Litigation; Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation; and Labor & Employment Law; and was also recognized for Banking & Finance Law; Real Estate; and its Corporate/M&A work.
Those named leading lawyers in their specialty area in Chambers USA 2009 are:
Ann Arbor office: Gregory L. Curtner, Commercial Litigation and national recognition in Sports Law; Joseph M. Fazio, Real Estate; Stephen G. Palms, Real Estate
Detroit office: Orin D. Brustad, Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation; Donna J. Donati, Labor & Employment; Leonard D. Givens, Labor & Employment; Jonathan S. Green, Banking & Finance: Bankruptcy; Kristin A. Hermann, Banking & Finance; David K. McLeod, Banking & Finance; Christopher A. McMican, Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation; Megan P. Norris, Labor & Employment; Clarence L. Pozza, Jr., Commercial Litigation; Steven A. Roach, Banking & Finance: Bankruptcy; Richard J. Seryak, Labor & Employment; Carl H. von Ende, Commercial Litigation; Jerome R. Watson, Labor & Employment
Grand Rapids office: Charles (Sandy) Mishkind, Labor & Employment
Troy office: Thomas W. Cranmer, Litigation: White-Collar Crime & Government Investigations; Ronald E. Hodess, Real Estate; David D. Joswick, Corporate/M&A; Ronald H. Riback, Banking & Finance; James A. Simpson, Real Estate
Chambers USA ranks firms and lawyers considered leaders in their field. A team of 50+ full-time researchers interview lawyers, clients and purchasers of legal services. Firms are not required or allowed to pay a fee to be ranked, making the guide a reflection of market opinion.