Nixon Peabody attorneys and practices receive high rankings from 2015 Chambers USA



June 01, 2015

Media Relations Director
Allison McClain
amcclain@nixonpeabody.com
617-345-1128

Boston, MA. Nixon Peabody is recognized as a leading law firm by Chambers and Partners for providing legal advice to clients across a variety of industries and regions. The recognition highlights national practices and individual attorneys in the 2015 edition of Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business.

Our nationally ranked practices include:

  • Franchising & Distribution
  • Investment funds: Private Equity: Fund Formation

State practices specifically highlighted include:

District of Columbia
  • Corporate M&A & Private Equity
Illinois
  • Banking & Finance
  • Corporate M&A & Private Equity
  • Healthcare
Massachusetts
  • Banking & Finance
  • Banking & Finance: Public Finance
  • Corporate/M&A
  • Environment
  • Healthcare
  • Labor & Employment
  • Litigation: General Commercial
  • Private Equity: Fund Formation
  • Real Estate
New Hampshire
  • Corporate/Commercial
  • Litigation: General Commercial
New York
  • Energy: State Regulatory & Wholesale Electric Market
  • Environment
  • Healthcare
Rhode Island
  • Labor & Employment
  • Litigation: General Commercial
Upstate New York
  • Corporate/M&A
  • Litigation: General Commercial

Attorneys Recognized as Leaders in their Field:

  • Navjeet Bal—Banking & Finance: Public Finance, Massachusetts
  • Anthony Barron—Construction, California
  • John P. Beals—Private Equity: Fund Formation, Massachusetts
  • Mark N. Berman—Bankruptcy/Restructuring, Massachusetts
  • Jeffrey S. Brenner—Litigation: General Commercial, Rhode Island
  • Richard M. Cogen—Energy: State Regulatory & Wholesale Electric Market, New York
  • Stacie Boeniger Collier—Labor & Employment, Rhode Island
  • Paul E. Bouton—Real Estate, Massachusetts
  • William J. Codinha—Litigation: White-Collar Crime & Government Investigations, Massachusetts
  • Sarah T. Connolly—Tax: Estate Planning, Massachusetts
  • Donald D. Cooper—Environment, Massachusetts
  • Colette A. Dafoe—Real Estate, District of Columbia
  • John Durso—Healthcare, Illinois
  • James Fabian—Healthcare, New York
  • Thomas M. Fahey—Healthcare, Illinois & Healthcare: Transactional (Nationwide)
  • Steven B. Feirman—Franchising, Nationwide
  • Kevin M. Fitzgerald—Litigation: General Commercial, New Hampshire
  • Ellen S. Friedman—Projects, Nationwide
  • Carolyn Jacoby Gabbay—Healthcare, Massachusetts
  • Jeffrey B. Gilbreth—Labor & Employment, Massachusetts
  • Jill H. Gordon—Healthcare, California
  • Lynn Gordon—Healthcare, Illinois
  • Lori B. Green—Corporate/M&A, Upstate New York
  • John L. Greenthal—Environment, New York
  • James C. Hood—Corporate/Commercial, New Hampshire
  • Charles P. Jacobs—Investment Funds: Private Equity: Fund Formation, Nationwide
  • Christopher P. Keefe—Corporate/M&A, Massachusetts
  • John J. Koeppel—Corporate/M&A, Upstate New York & Investment Funds: Private Equity: Fund Formation, Nationwide
  • Gary I. Levenstein—Corporate/M&A, Illinois
  • Seth D. Levy—Life Sciences: IP/Patent Litigation, California
  • Andrew P. Loewinger—Franchising, Nationwide
  • Matthew R. Lynch—Real Estate, Massachusetts
  • Gordon J. MacDonald—Litigation: General Commercial, New Hampshire
  • David A. Martland—Antitrust, Corporate/M&A & Private Equity: Venture Capital Investment, Massachusetts
  • Michele A. Masucci—Healthcare, New York
  • Thomas J. McCord—Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation, Massachusetts
  • Jean H. McCreary—Environment, New York
  • Neal J. McNamara—Labor & Employment, Rhode Island
  • Victor G. Milione—Bankruptcy/Restructuring, Massachusetts
  • Peter J. Millock—Healthcare, New York & Healthcare: Regulatory & Litigation, Nationwide
  • Craig D. Mills—Banking & Finance, Massachusetts
  • Carolyn G. Nussbaum—Litigation: General Commercial, Upstate New York
  • Gary J. Oberstein—Labor & Employment, Massachusetts
  • Vincent O'Brien—Food & Beverages: Alcohol, Nationwide
  • W. Scott O'Connell—Litigation: General Commercial, New Hampshire
  • Gregory M. O'Shaughnessy—Corporate/M&A, Massachusetts
  • John C. Partigan—Corporate/M&A & Private Equity, District of Columbia
  • Andrew B. Prescott—Labor & Employment, Rhode Island
  • Arthur L. Pressman—Franchising, Nationwide
  • Susan S. Robfogel—Healthcare, New York
  • David S. Rosenthal—Labor & Employment, Massachusetts
  • Jonathan Sablone—Litigation: General Commercial, Massachusetts
  • Gregory E. Schopf—Insurance: Insurer, California
  • Julie Seymour, Healthcare, Illinois
  • Ruth H. Silman—Environment, Massachusetts
  • Daniel W. Sklar—Corporate/Commercial, New Hampshire & Corporate/Commercial: Bankruptcy, New Hampshire
  • Jeffrey M. Tanenbaum—Labor & Employment, California
  • Philip B. Taub—Corporate/Commercial, New Hampshire
  • Todd Tidgewell—Corporate/M&A, Upstate New York
  • Craig R. Tractenberg—Franchising, Nationwide
  • Scott M. Turner—Environment, New York
  • David A. Vicinanzo—Litigation: General Commercial, New Hampshire
  • Stanley W. Widger, Jr.—Energy: State Regulatory & Wholesale Electric Market, New York

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.

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