(CHICAGO) Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP announced today that 70 attorneys and 18 practices were distinguished as part of The Legal 500 United States 2016 guide. This year, Katten doubled the number of ranked practice areas and added more than 25 attorneys to the list. In addition, Mark R. Grossmann, global head of Katten's Corporate practice, was selected for The Legal 500's elite "Leading Lawyers" list in the area of M&A/Corporate and Commercial – M&A: Middle-Market category.
"The continually increasing number of Katten practice areas and attorneys that are being recognized by Legal 500 each year underscores the tremendous strength and breadth of our practices, and the deep experience and outstanding client service our attorneys provide," said Katten Chairman Roger P. Furey.
The following practice areas were recognized in The Legal 500 United States 2016 guide:
The following attorneys were recognized in The Legal 500 United States 2016 guide:
Dispute Resolution – Financial Services: Litigation
Dispute Resolution – Securities Litigation – Defense
Dispute Resolution – White-Collar Criminal Defense
Finance – Commercial Lending: Advice to Lenders
Finance – Restructuring (including Bankruptcy): Corporate
Finance – Structured Finance
Industry Focus – Environment: Litigation
Industry Focus – Environment: Regulatory
Industry Focus – Healthcare: Service Providers
Industry Focus – Sport
Intellectual Property – Copyright
Intellectual Property – Trademarks: Litigation
Investment Fund Formation and Management – Alternative/Hedge Funds
M&A/Corporate and Commercial – M&A: Middle-Market
M&A/Corporate and Commercial – Private Equity Buyouts
Real Estate and Construction – Construction (including Construction Litigation)
Real Estate and Construction – Real Estate
Tax – US Taxes: Non-Contentious
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