Chambers Global recognises Pillsbury attorneys and practice areas
Ten practices and 24 Pillsbury attorneys have been ranked among the world’s top lawyers according to the 2014 Chambers Global guide, which draws on the results from Chambers Asia Pacific, Europe, UK and US regional guides to rank the world’s leading law firms and attorneys based on client feedback and peer input.
Pillsbury’s outsourcing practice was again ranked under the Global-wide category. The firm was ranked in the US-Nationwide category in the following sections: capital markets — debt and equity, energy and electricity (transactional); energy — nuclear (regulatory and litigation), international trade, outsourcing, privacy and data security; projects — oils and gas; and projects — renewables and alternative energy.
Leading lawyers recognised include: Michael Schumaecker (asset finance — US); Deryck Palmer (bankruptcy/restructuring — US); James Tumbridge (dispute resolution — UK; and intellectual property — UK and Canada); Jeff Delaney and Tony Terrell (energy: electricity: finance — US); David Lewis, John O’Neill, Charles Peterson and Jay Silberg (energy: nuclear); Christopher Wall (international trade: CFIUS experts and export controls and sanctions — US); Stephan Becker (international trade: trade remedies and trade policy — US); Nancy Fischer (international trade: export controls and economic sanctions — US); David Stanton (litigation: e-discovery — US); James Alberg, Joshua Konvisser, Michael Murphy, Vipul Nishawala, Aaron Oser and Robert Zahler (outsourcing — US); Deborah Thoren-Peden (privacy and data security — US); Jane Wallison Stein (projects — US); John Mauel (projects and projects: liquefied natural gas — US) James Simpson (real estate and construction — United Arab Emirates; and projects — UK); and Anthony Raven (projects — Asia-Pacific and Japan).
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