2014 Edition of The Best Lawyers in America Recognizes 44 Cadwalader Attorneys Across a Range of Practices

Oct 22, 2013

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Adam Segall
New York
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Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP, one of the world’s most prominent legal advisors to leading corporations and financial institutions, is pleased to announce that 44 attorneys in 31 areas of practice have been selected by their peers for recognition in the 2014 edition of The Best Lawyers in America.

Inclusion in the guide is based on a peer-review process in which approximately 50,000 leading attorneys cast nearly five million votes on the legal abilities of other lawyers in their practice areas.

For 2014 , Cadwalader attorneys were chosen as leaders in the areas of Administrative/Regulatory, Antitrust, Antitrust Litigation, Banking and Finance, Bankruptcy and Creditor Debtor Rights / Insolvency and Reorganization, Bankruptcy Litigation, Bet-the Company Litigation, Commercial Litigation, Corporate, Criminal Defense: White-Collar, Derivatives and Futures, Employee Benefits (ERISA), Energy, Equipment Finance, Financial Services Regulation, Health Care, Intellectual Property Litigation, Leveraged Buyouts and Private Equity, Mergers & Acquisitions, Mergers & Acquisitions Litigation, Patent Law, Patent Litigation, Project Finance, Real Estate, Real Estate Litigation, Securities/Capital Markets, Securities Litigation, Securities Regulation, Securitization and Structured Finance, Tax, and Trusts and Estates. 

The publication named the following lawyers:

Charlotte: Scott Cammarn (Banking and Finance, Financial Services Regulation), James Carroll (Banking and Finance, Real Estate, Securitization and Structured Finance), Stuart Goldstein (Securitization and Structured Finance), and Francisco Linares (Derivatives and Futures).

Houston: Michael Niebruegge (Banking and Finance, Corporate, Energy, Project Finance).

New York: Richard Aborn (Equipment Finance), Fredric Altschuler (Real Estate, Real Estate Litigation), Louis Bevilacqua (Corporate), Kathy Chin (Health Care), James Frazier (Employee Benefits (ERISA)), Michael Gambro (Securitization and Structured Finance), Anna Glick (Securitization and Structured Finance), Bronislaw Grala (Employee Benefits (ERISA)), Jason Halper (Commercial Litigation), Steven Herman (Real Estate), Jonathan Hoff (Securities Litigation), Ronald Hopkinson (Leveraged Buyouts and Private Equity), Christopher Hughes (Patent Litigation, Patent Law, Intellectual Property Litigation), Stewart Kagan (Banking and Finance), Robert Lawrence III (Trusts and Estates), Steven Lofchie (Administrative/Regulatory, Derivatives and Futures, Securities/Capital Markets, Securities Regulation), Gregory Markel (Commercial Litigation, Antitrust Litigation, M&A Litigation, Securities Litigation), Brian McGovern (Health Care), William McInerney (Real Estate), David Miller (Tax), Tracy Miller (Health Care), Paul Mourning (Health Care), Gregory Petrick (Bankruptcy and Creditor Debtor Rights / Insolvency and Reorganization, Bankruptcy Litigation), Patrick Quinn (Securitization and Structured Finance), Richard Schetman (Derivatives and Futures), Jordan Schwartz (Securitization and Structured Finance), Ray Shirazi (Derivatives and Futures), Louis Solomon (Bet-the Company Litigation, Commercial Litigation, Antitrust Litigation, Intellectual Property Litigation), Lary Stromfeld (Derivatives and Futures, Securitization and Structured Finance), Linda Swartz (Tax), Christopher White (Real Estate), and James Woolery (Corporate, Mergers & Acquisitions).

Washington, D.C.: Raymond Banoun (Criminal Defense: White-Collar), Mark Ellenberg (Bankruptcy and Creditor-Debtor Rights/Insolvency and Reorganization, Bankruptcy Litigation), Ken Irvin (Bankruptcy and Creditor-Debtor Rights/Insolvency and Reorganization, Bankruptcy Litigation), Greg Mocek (Derivatives and Futures), Paul Pantano (Derivatives and Futures), and Charles “Rick” Rule (Antitrust, Antitrust Litigation)

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