Chambers USA 2017 Guide Recognizes Fried Frank Attorneys and Practices

Chambers USA 2017 Guide Recognizes Fried Frank Attorneys and Practices

Chambers and Partners, an independent and research-based publisher of client and leading practitioner surveys, has recognized 51 Fried Frank attorneys in its 2017 Chambers USA Guide. Additionally the guide ranks the Firm in 18 categories across its District of Columbia, Nationwide and New York regions.
 
The Firm was ranked in the following categories and regions:

  • Banking & Finance - Nationwide
  • Capital Markets: Debt & Equity - Nationwide
  • Corporate/M&A & Private Equity - District of Columbia
  • Corporate/M&A: The Elite - Nationwide
  • Corporate/M&A: The Elite - New York
  • Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation - New York
  • Government: Government Contracts - Nationwide
  • Investment Funds: Hedge Funds - Nationwide
  • Investment Funds: Private Equity: Fund Formation - Nationwide
  • Litigation: General Commercial: Highly Regarded - New York
  • Litigation: White - Collar Crime & Government Investigations - New York
  • Private Equity: Buyouts - Nationwide
  • Real Estate - District of Columbia
  • Real Estate - Nationwide
  • Real Estate: Mainly Corporate & Finance - New York
  • Real Estate: Mainly Dirt - New York
  • Tax - District of Columbia
  • Tax - New York
  • Tax: Corporate & Finance - Nationwide
The following Fried Frank attorneys were ranked in the following categories and regions:
  • District of Columbia – Corporate/M&A & Private Equity: Andrew Varney, Brian Mangino
  • District of Columbia – Intellectual Property: Litigation: Robert Masters
  • District of Columbia – Litigation: Securities: James Wareham
  • District of Columbia – Litigation: White-Collar Crime & Government Investigations: James Wareham
  • District of Columbia – Real Estate: Franz R. Rassman and Valerie Kelly
  • District of Columbia – Tax: Alan S. Kaden, Michael J. Alter, Michelle B. Gold and W. Reid Thompson
  • Nationwide – Banking & Finance: Emil Buchman, F. William Reindel, J. Christian Nahr
  • Nationwide – Capital Markets: Debt & Equity: Andrew B. Barkan, Daniel J. Bursky and Stuart H. Gelfond
  • Nationwide – Capital Markets: Derivatives: David S. Mitchell
  • Nationwide – Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation: Donald P. Carleen
  • Nationwide – Financial Services Regulation, Banking (Compliance): V. Gerard Comizio
  • Nationwide – Government – Government Contracts: James J. McCullough
  • Nationwide – Government – Government Contracts, Bid Protests: James J. McCullough
  • Nationwide – Investment Funds, Hedge Funds: David W. Selden, Jonathan S. Adler, Lawrence N. Barshay and Walid Khuri
  • Nationwide – Investment Funds, Private Equity Fund Formation: Kenneth I. Rosh, Lawrence N. Barshay and Richard I. Ansbacher
  • Nationwide – Private Equity, Buyouts: Brian Mangino, Christopher Ewan and Robert C. Schwenkel
  • Nationwide – Real Estate: Jonathan L. Mechanic, Joshua Mermelstein and Robert J. Sorin
  • Nationwide – Securities, Regulation, Advisory: Karl A. Groskaufmanis
  • New York – Antitrust: Nathaniel Asker
  • New York – Bankruptcy/Restructuring: Brad Eric Scheler and Gary L. Kaplan
  • New York – Corporate/M&A: Arthur Fleischer Jr., Philip Richter and Steven Epstein
  • New York – Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation: Donald P. Carleen and Jeffrey Ross
  • New York – Environment, Mainly Transactional: Donna Mussio
  • New York – Litigation, General Commercial: William G. McGuinness
  • New York – Litigation, White-Collar Crime & Government Investigations: Evan Barr, Lawrence Gerschwer, Stephen Juris and Steven M. Witzel
  • New York – Real Estate, Jonathan L. Mechanic, Joshua Mermelstein, Robert J. Sorin and Ross Z. Silver
  • New York – Real Estate, Finance: Michael Barker
  • New York – Real Estate, Zoning/Land Use: Melanie Meyers and Stephen A. Lefkowitz
  • New York – Tax: David I. Shapiro and Robert Cassanos

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