43 Goodwin Procter Attorneys Listed Among Leading Nation's Lawyers

Friday, July 1, 2005 - 00:00

Goodwin Procter LLP has announced that 53 of its partners were named to the Chambers USA: America's Leading Business Lawyersdirectory. The recently published guide highlights the work of the nation's leading practitioners across a variety of legal disciplines.

Goodwin Procter as a firm was ranked number one within the categories of Banking & Finance, Bankruptcy, Corporate/M&A, Environment, Litigation: General Commercial, Litigation: Securities, Private Equity: Buyouts & Venture Capital Investment, Real Estate and Tax.

To compile the guide, Chambers canvasses clients and lawyers across the United States to obtain a consistent market view of which firms and attorneys are considered leaders in their fields. Rankings assess key qualities in the legal field, including technical legal ability, professional conduct, client service, commercial awareness/astuteness, diligence and commitment as well as other client services.

The Goodwin partners ranked by Chambers USA include: John Adcock, Litigation: General Commercial; David J. Apfel, Litigation: White-Collard Crime & Government Investigations; Christopher Barker, Real Estate; Lynne Barr, Banking & Finance: Corporate & Regulatory; Wilfred Benoit, Employment: Mainly Defendant; Mark Bennencourt, Corporate/M&A; James Bieke, Environment; Stuart M. Cable, Corporate/M&A; Stephen G. Charkoudian, Intellectual Property, and John Cleary, Tax: Employee Benefits.

Also, Thomas Creel, Intellectual Property; Howard Cubell, Tax; Christopher P. Davis, Environment; James S. Dittmar, Litigation: Securities; J. Anthony Downs, Intellectual Property and Litigation: General Commercial; John J. Eagan III, Private Equity: Buyouts & Venture Capital Investment; John Englander, Intellectual Property; John Kenneth Felter, Litigation: General Commercial; Steven J. Frank, Intellectual Property, and Michael Glazer, Real Estate.

Also, Daniel Glosband, Bankruptcy; Joseph Haley, Real Estate: Zoning/Land Use; Martin Healy, Real Estate: Zoning/Land Use; Laura Hodges Taylor, Private Equity: Buyouts & Venture Capital Investment; Roberta Insolia, Private Equity: Fund Formation; Minta E. Kay, Real Estate; Michael J. Kendall, Private Equity: Buyouts & Venture Capital Investment; Douglas J. Kline, Intellectual Property; John R. LeClaire, Private Equity: Buyouts & Venture Capital Investment, and R. Jeffrey Lyman, Real Estate: Zoning/Land Use.

Also, Gregory Lyons, Banking & Finance: Corporate & Regulatory; William Mayer, Banking & Finance: Corporate & Regulatory; Anthony Medgalia, Private Equity: Buyouts & Venture Capital Investment; Gilbert Menna, Corporate/M&A; Maura Griffith Moffatt, Real Estate; James Nagle, Employment: Mainly Defendant; Michael Pappone, Bankruptcy; Kenneth Parsigian, Litigation: General Commercial; Brian Pastuszenski, Litigation: Securities, and Regina M. Pisa, Banking & Finance: Corporate & Regulatory and Corporate/M&A.

Also, Stephen D. Poss, Litigation: General Commercial and Litigation: Securities; Shepard M. Remis, Intellectual Property; Joseph Savage, Litigation: White-Collar Crime & Government Investigations; Jon Schneider, Bankruptcy; William Schnoor, Private Equity: Buyouts & Venture Capital Investment; Paul D. Schwartz, Real Estate; William E. Stern, Banking & Finance: Corporate & Regulatory; Richard Strassberg, Litigation: White-Collar Crime & Government Investigations; Bruce Tribush, Real Estate; Paul Ware, Intellectual Property and Litigation: General Commercial; David Watson, Private Equity: Fund Formation; William H. Whitledge, Tax, and Elise Zoli, Environment.

Goodwin Procter has announced the addition of Robert Whitman to the firm's Intellectual Property Litigation Practice. Mr. Whitman joins the firm as partner in its New York office.

David Pitofsky joins the firm's White Collar Crime & Government Investigations Practice as partner in its New York office.