New York, NY. Chambers and Partners, publishers of guides to law firms, has recognized three Nixon Peabody attorneys in the 2010 edition of Chambers Global: The World’s Leading Lawyers for Business. Chambers Global covers more than 180 countries and ranks individual lawyers worldwide and by regions.
Chambers and Partners’ methodology and selection process is determined by the qualities most valued by the client which include legal ability, professional conduct, client service, commercial awareness, diligence, and commitment. The rankings and editorial comment about attorneys are independent.
The following Nixon Peabody attorneys recognized as leaders in their field by Chambers Global include:
- Charles P. Jacobs, Investment Funds: Private Equity: Fund Formation, United States of America. Mr. Jacobs’ practice concentrates on private equity and venture capital fund formation and investments. He represents leading institutional investors in their alternative investment activities and has been involved on their behalf in more than 1,000 investments in the leading venture capital and leveraged buyout private equity partnerships, both domestically and internationally.
- Andrew P. Loewinger, Franchising, Global. Mr. Loewinger focuses his practice on corporate, regulatory, transactional, and international franchising. He co-leads the firm’s Franchise team and is a key member of the international franchising practice, which represents world leaders in franchising and retail distribution. Mr. Loewinger has handled several hundred franchise transactions and joint ventures in more than 85 countries in Asia, the Middle East, Africa, Western and Central Europe, and Latin America.
- Jonathan M. Redgrave, Privacy & Data Security: E-Discovery, United States of America. Mr. Redgrave is a member of the Commercial Litigation practice group and has extensive experience in all areas of complex litigation in state and federal courts. His practice focuses on information law matters and he leads the firm’s initiative in this area. He regularly addresses issues involved in the discovery of electronically stored information, as well as issues concerning records retention and data protection and privacy matters. He has spoken throughout the world on these issues.