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Farella Braun + Martel Lawyers Recognized in Who’s Who Legal 2017

May 22, 2017 Accolades

Nine Farella Braun + Martel lawyers have been recommended by Who’s Who Legal 2017 as leading practitioners in their fields. Three attorneys earned recognition among Thought Leaders.

 

Deborah Ballati – Construction, Thought Leaders - Construction
James Bruen – Environment
James Colopy – Environment
Alan Harris – Construction, Thought Leaders - Construction
Robert Hines – Environment
David Lazerwitz – Environment
Chris Locke – Environment
Mary McCutcheon – Insurance & Reinsurance
Charles Sink – Construction, Thought Leaders - Construction

 

Who's Who Legal identifies the leading legal practitioners in 34 practice areas of business law from over 150 national jurisdictions. Selection into the publication is based on a rigorous and independent research process and only those receiving the highest number of recommendations from peers and clients are listed in the publications. It is not possible to buy entry into the publications. Who’s Who Legal is published by Law Business Research Ltd.

 

Thought Leaders are the best of the best, according to Who’s Who Legal’s research. Only those listed lawyers who obtained the biggest number of nominations from peers, corporate counsel and other market sources in the most recent research cycle are considered.

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