The Rodey Law Firm has achieved top ranking in Chambers USA–America’s Leading Lawyers for Business-2020. Rodey received Chambers’ highest ranking in the following areas of law: Corporate/Commercial; Labor & Employment; Litigation: General Commercial; and Real Estate. Chambers bases its rankings on technical legal ability, professional conduct, client service, commercial awareness/astuteness, diligence, commitment, and other qualities most valued by the client.
Chambers honored these Rodey lawyers with its highest designation of “Leaders in Their Field” based on their experience and expertise:
Mark K. Adams – Environment, Natural Resources & Regulated Industries; Water Law
Rick Beitler – Litigation: Medical Malpractice & Insurance Defense
Perry E. Bendicksen III – Corporate/Commercial
David P. Buchholtz – Corporate/Commercial
David W. Bunting – Litigation: General Commercial
Jeffrey Croasdell – Litigation: General Commercial
Nelson Franse – Litigation: General Commercial; Medical Malpractice & Insurance Defense
Catherine T. Goldberg – Real Estate
Scott D. Gordon – Labor & Employment
Bruce Hall – Litigation: General Commercial
Justin A. Horwitz – Corporate/Commercial
Jeffrey L. Lowry – Labor & Employment
Donald B. Monnheimer – Corporate/Commercial
Sunny J. Nixon – Environment, Natural Resources & Regulated Industries: Water Law
Edward Ricco – Litigation: General Commercial
Debora E. Ramirez – Real Estate
John P. Salazar – Real Estate
Andrew G. Schultz – Litigation: General Commercial
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