Cadwalader Recognized Among Leading Firms in The Legal 500 US 2014

Jun 27, 2014

Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP, a leading counselor to global financial institutions and corporations, has been recognized for excellence across a broad range of practice areas in the 2014 edition of The Legal 500 US, a leading guide to the legal profession.

A total of 14 Cadwalader practices are nationally ranked, including Antitrust, Corporate Restructuring (including bankruptcy), Domestic Tax: East Coast, Energy: Regulatory, Financial Products, Financial Services: Regulatory, Fund Formation: Alternative/Hedge Funds, M&A: Large Deals, Municipal Bankruptcy, Patent Litigation: Full Coverage, Real Estate, Securities: Shareholder Litigation, Structured Finance and White-Collar Criminal Defense

Seven of the firm’s partners are featured on the elite "Leading Lawyers" list: Gregory Markel (securities: shareholder litigation), David Miller (domestic tax: east coast; financial products), Charles 'Rick' Rule (antitrust), Ray Shirazi (structured finance), Lary Stromfeld (municipal bankruptcy; structured finance), Linda Swartz (domestic tax: east coast) and Neil Weidner (structured finance).

In addition, 61 Cadwalader attorneys are recognized as “Key Individuals” in their respective practice areas: Frederic Altschuler (real estate), Jodi Avergun (white-collar criminal defense), Ingrid Bagby (municipal bankruptcy), Raymon Banoun (white-collar criminal defense), Louis Bevilacqua (M&A: large deals), Joseph Bial (antitrust), Scott Cammarn (financial services: regulatory), James Carroll (real estate), Peter Clark (white-collar criminal defense), Christopher Cox (M&A: large deals), Thomas Curtin (municipal bankruptcy), Douglas Donahue (structured finance), Athena Eastwood (financial services: regulatory), Mark Ellenberg (corporate restructuring; municipal bankruptcy), Andrew Forman  (antitrust; structured finance), Brian Foster (structured finance), Michael Gambro (structured finance), Stuart Goldstein (structured finance), Alexander Hadjis (patent litigation: full coverage), Jason Halper (securities: shareholder litigation), Terence Healey (energy: regulatory), Steven Herman (real estate), Melissa Hinkle (real estate), Jonathan Hoff (securities: shareholder litigation), Mark Howe (domestic tax: east coast; financial products), Daniel Howley (antitrust), Christopher Hughes (patent litigation: full coverage), Ken Irvin (energy: regulatory), Peter Isajiw (securities: shareholder litigation), Gregg Jubin (fund formation: alternative/hedge funds), Jonathan Kanter (antitrust), Gregory Lawrence (energy: regulatory), Steven Lofchie (fund formation: alternative/hedge funds; financial services: regulatory; structured finance), Ivan Loncar (municipal bankruptcy; structured finance), Adam Lurie (white-collar criminal defense), Michele Maman (municipal bankruptcy), Gregory Markel (securities: shareholder litigation), Lambrina Matthews (securities: shareholder litigation), William McInerney (real estate), Dorothy Mehta (fund formation: alternative/hedge funds), David Miller (domestic tax: east coast; financial products), William Mills (M&A: large deals), Peter Moll (antitrust), Paul Pantano (energy: regulatory; financial services: regulatory; structured finance), Gregory Patti (M&A: large deals), Gregory Petrick (corporate restructuring), Patrick Quinn (structured finance), Jeffrey Robins (financial services: regulatory), Charles 'Rick' Rule (antitrust), Richard Schetman (fund formation: alternative/hedge funds; structured finance), Hal Shaftel (securities: shareholder litigation), Ray Shirazi (structured finance), Gary Silverstein (domestic tax: east coast; financial products), Louis Solomon (securities: shareholder litigation), Lary Stromfeld (municipal bankruptcy; structured finance), Linda Swartz (domestic tax: east coast; financial products), Kenneth Wainstein (white-collar criminal defense), Jonathan Wainwright (fund formation: alternative/hedge funds), Brian Wallach (antitrust), Neil Weidner (structured finance), and James Woolery (M&A: large deals).


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