Benchmark: Litigation recognizes Nixon Peabody's litigators with top honors



November 30, 2015

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

Boston, MA. – After extensive interviews with clients and litigators, Nixon Peabody and our attorneys have once again been recognized as litigation leaders as reported in the 2016 edition of Benchmark: Litigation, a guide focused on leading litigation firms.

Nixon Peabody earned accolades as a top-tier litigation firm in Massachusetts and New Hampshire and as a recommended litigation firm in Rhode Island. The guide recognizes law firms and attorneys who display the ability to consistently handle high-stakes, complex cases across multiple jurisdictions and who are respected and recommended by their business and legal communities for high quality trial work and litigation coverage.
The following twelve Nixon Peabody attorneys were individually recognized as “Local Litigation Stars” and as “Future Stars” by Benchmark:

  • Armando Batastini, General Commercial Litigation, Rhode Island
  • Jeffrey Brenner, General Commercial Litigation, Rhode Island
  • Kevin Fitzgerald, General Commercial Litigation, New Hampshire
  • Russell Genet, Intellectual Property Litigation, Illinois
  • Samuel Goldblatt, General Commercial & Securities Litigation, Massachusetts & New York
  • Gordon MacDonald, General Commercial Litigation, New Hampshire
  • Fredric Nelson, General Commercial Litigation, California
  • W. Scott O’Connell, General Commercial & Securities Litigation, Massachusetts & New Hampshire
  • Joseph Ortego, General Commercial Litigation, New York
  • David Tennant, Commercial Litigation, New York
  • Deborah Thaxter, Commercial Litigation, Massachusetts
  • David Vicinanzo, Government Investigations & White Collar Crime Litigation, New Hampshire

Benchmark: Litigation conducts in-depth interviews for a six-month period during which researchers examine recent casework handled by law firms and ask individual litigators to offer their professional opinions on peers.

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