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Six Farella Braun + Martel Attorneys Recognized in International Who’s Who of Business Lawyers

February 28, 2006 Accolades

SAN FRANCISCO, CA (February 28, 2006): A number of Farella Braun + Martel lawyers have been recognized as among the top legal practitioners in their practice areas in the 2006 edition of The International Who's Who of Business Lawyers.

The International Who’s Who of Business Lawyers is published by Law Business Research Limited, an independent London-based publishing group which provides research, analysis and reporting on the international legal services marketplace.

Farella Braun + Martel attorneys recognized include:

Business Crime: Douglas R. Young

Construction: Deborah S. Ballati, Alan E. Harris and Charles M. Sink

Environmental: James A. Bruen and Deborah J. Schmall

About Farella Braun + Martel LLP
Since its founding in 1962, Farella Braun + Martel has achieved a national reputation for the acumen of its business practice, the high profile cases of its complex commercial litigation practice and its prestigious client base. The San Francisco-based firm serves a diverse group of clients from multinational corporations to emerging businesses. The firm also has an office in the Napa Valley focused on the wine industry and related businesses.

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