Chambers USA recognizes Nixon Peabody practices and attorneys

May 02, 2018

Chief Communications Officer
Allison McClain

Boston, MA. In its 2018 edition of Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business, Chambers and Partners has recognized 55 Nixon Peabody attorneys as leaders in their practices. In addition, eight Nixon Peabody attorneys are noted as “Recognised Practitioners.”

Chambers and Partners conducts extensive research and analysis, which includes feedback from both clients and industry peers, in selecting which attorneys and law firms to recognize.

Two Nixon Peabody practices, Franchising and Health Care, received national recognition from Chambers in this year’s edition. On a state-wide level, Chambers USA recognized these Nixon Peabody practices:

District of Columbia

  • Corporate/M&A & Private Equity


  • Health Care


  • Corporate/M&A
  • Environment
  • Health Care
  • Labor & Employment
  • Litigation: General Commercial
  • Real Estate

New Hampshire

  • Corporate/Commercial
  • Litigation: General Commercial

New York

  • Energy: State Regulatory & Wholesale Electric Market
  • Environment
  • Health Care

Rhode Island

  • Labor & Employment
  • Litigation: General Commercial

Upstate New York

  • Corporate/M&A
  • Litigation: General Commercial
  • Real Estate

Nixon Peabody Attorneys Recognized as Leaders in their Field by Chambers USA:

  • Bruce Baker—Real Estate, New York (Upstate)
  • Anthony Barron—Construction, California
  • John Beals—Private Equity: Fund Formation, Massachusetts; Investment Funds: Private Equity, Fund Formation: Investor Representation, Nationwide
  • Paul Bouton—Real Estate, Massachusetts
  • Lori Bowman—Real Estate, New York (Upstate)
  • Jeffrey Brenner—Litigation: General Commercial, Rhode Island
  • Ashley Champion—Real Estate, New York (Upstate)
  • Ernest Chung—Projects, Nationwide
  • William Codinha—Litigation: White-Collar Crime & Government Investigations, Massachusetts
  • Richard Cogen—Energy: State Regulatory & Wholesale Electric Market, New York
  • Stacie Collier—Labor & Employment, Rhode Island
  • Donald Cooper—Environment, Massachusetts
  • Thomas Fahey—Health Care, Illinois
  • Steven Feirman—Franchising, Nationwide
  • Kevin Fitzgerald—Litigation: General Commercial, New Hampshire
  • Jeffrey Gilbreth—Labor & Employment, Massachusetts
  • Jill Gordon—Health Care, California
  • Lori Green—Corporate/M&A, New York (Upstate)
  • John Greenthal—Environment, New York
  • Thomas Greiner—Real Estate, New York (Upstate)
  • Charles Jacobs—Investment Funds: Private Equity: Fund Formation, Nationwide; and Corporate/M&A, New York (Upstate)
  • Christopher Keefe—Corporate/M&A, Massachusetts
  • Gary Levenstein—Corporate/M&A, Illinois
  • Seth Levy—Life Sciences: Corporate/Commercial, California
  • Andrew Loewinger—Franchising, Nationwide
  • Jared Lusk—Real Estate, New York (Upstate)
  • Matthew Lynch—Real Estate, Massachusetts
  • David Martland—Antitrust, Massachusetts and Corporate/M&A, Massachusetts
  • Michele Masucci—Health Care, New York
  • Thomas McCord—Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation, Massachusetts
  • Jean McCreary—Environment, New York
  • Deborah McLean—Corporate/M&A, New York (Upstate)
  • Neal McNamara—Labor & Employment, Rhode Island
  • Victor Milione—Bankruptcy/Restructuring, Massachusetts
  • Peter Millock—Health Care, New York
  • Carolyn Nussbaum—Litigation: General Commercial, New York (Upstate)
  • Scott O'Connell—Litigation: General Commercial, New Hampshire
  • Gregory O'Shaughnessy—Corporate/M&A, Massachusetts
  • John Partigan—Corporate/M&A & Private Equity, District of Columbia
  • Jonathan Penna—Real Estate, New York (Upstate)
  • Andrew Prescott—Labor & Employment, Rhode Island
  • Arthur Pressman—Franchising, Nationwide
  • Steven Richard—Litigation: General Commercial, Rhode Island
  • David Rosenthal—Labor & Employment, Massachusetts
  • Jonathan Sablone—Litigation: General Commercial, Massachusetts
  • Julie Seymour—Health Care, Illinois
  • Ruth Silman—Environment, Massachusetts
  • Daniel Sklar—Corporate/Commercial: Bankruptcy, New Hampshire
  • Jeffrey Tanenbaum—Labor & Employment, California
  • Philip Taub—Corporate/Commercial, New Hampshire
  • Christopher Thomas—Litigation: General Commercial, New York (Upstate)
  • Todd Tidgewell—Corporate/M&A, New York (Upstate)
  • Scott Turner—Environment, New York
  • David Vicinanzo—Litigation: General Commercial, New Hampshire; Litigation: White Collar Crime & Government Investigations, New Hampshire
  • Stanley Widger—Energy: State Regulatory & Wholesale Electric Market, New York

“Recognised Practitioners”:

  • Colette Dafoe—Real Estate, District of Columbia
  • Christian Hancey—Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation, New York
  • Richard Langan—Corporate/M&A, New York
  • David Martland—Private Equity: Venture Capital Investment, Massachusetts
  • Susan Roney—Litigation: General Commercial, New York (Upstate)
  • Kendal Tyre—Franchising, Nationwide
  • Jeremy Wolk—Corporate/M&A, New York (Upstate)
  • Stephen Zubiago—Corporate/Commercial, Rhode Island
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