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Farella Braun + Martel Practice Areas, Attorneys Ranked by Chambers USA 2017

May 26, 2017 Accolades

SAN FRANCISCO, CA (May 26, 2017): Farella Braun + Martel LLP announces that Chambers USA has recognized 12 lawyers and five practice areas in the legal directory’s 2017 edition.

Practice Area Recognition:

  • Construction – National, California
  • Environment – California
  • Insurance: Policyholders – California
  • Intellectual Property – California
  • Litigation: General Commercial – California

Individual Recognition:

  • Deborah Ballati – Construction
  • James Bruen – Environment
  • William Friedrich – Insurance: Policyholders
  • Tyler Gerking – Insurance: Policyholders
  • Alan Harris – Construction, Construction Mediators
  • Robert Hines – Environment
  • Chris Locke – Environment
  • Mary McCutcheon – Insurance: Policyholders
  • Charles Sink – Construction
  • Jeffrey Sykes –  Construction
  • Steven Vettel – Real Estate: Zoning/Land Use
  • Douglas Young – Litigation: General Commercial / White Collar Crime & Government Investigations

The Chambers guides are the culmination of thousands of interviews with lawyers and clients carried out by the largest research team of its kind. 

Farella Braun + Martel represents clients throughout the United States and abroad in sophisticated business transactions and complex commercial, civil and criminal litigation. Farella lawyers are known for their imaginative legal solutions, dynamism and intellectual creativity. With an unwavering service ethic and interdisciplinary team approach, the firm is committed to advancing clients' objectives in the most effective, coordinated and efficient manner. Founded in 1962, Farella is headquartered in San Francisco and maintains an office in the Napa Valley focused on the wine industry. www.fbm.com

  

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Farella Braun + Martel

415.954.4433 / [email protected]

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