Chambers and Partners has once again recognized prominent regional law firm Miller Nash Graham & Dunn in its 2020 Chambers USA Guide. The firm received five practice area rankings and ten individual attorney rankings. The Chambers USA Guide ranks the top attorneys and law firms throughout the United States based on practice location.
Miller Nash Graham & Dunn was ranked among the top in the region in these five practice areas: Corporate/M&A, Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation, Intellectual Property, Litigation: General Commercial and Real Estate: Zoning/Land Use. Over the years, numerous Miller Nash Graham & Dunn attorneys have received recognition in multiple areas of practice. In 2020, ten attorneys were recognized in eight different practice areas.
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Miller Nash Graham & Dunn ranked practice areas:
- Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation
- Intellectual Property
- Litigation: General Commercial
- Real Estate: Zoning/Land Use
Miller Nash Graham & Dunn recognized attorneys by practice area:
- Mary Ann Frantz (OR)
- Erich Merrill (OR)
Labor & Employment
- Clemens Barnes (WA–Senior Statespeople)
Litigation: General Commercial
Real Estate: Zoning/Land Use
- Jeffrey Condit (OR)
- Kelly Hossaini (OR)
Miller Nash Graham & Dunn notable practitioners by practice area:
Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation
- Paul Havel (OR)
- Sean O’Brien (OR)
- Kevin Ross (OR)
- Justin Wagner (OR)
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