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Shipman & Goodwin Ranked in Chambers USA

2007 Client Guide Recognizes Law Firm and Nine Attorneys

June 15, 2007

For the fifth consecutive year, Shipman & Goodwin was acknowledged by Chambers USA for its work in Litigation, Corporate/ M&A, Labor & Employment and Real Estate. This year, Chambers USA also named Shipman & Goodwin as a leading law firm in Environmental law. In addition, nine of the firm’s attorneys were recognized for their knowledge and experience in their respective areas of law.

Shipman & Goodwin ranked among the top five law firms in the state for its work in Labor & Employment while the firm ranked among the top six law firms in the state for its work in Corporate/M&A, Litigation and Real Estate. For the first time, Chambers USA recognized Shipman & Goodwin as a leading law firm in Environmental law, a new category for 2007. The firm was one of seven law firms in the state recognized in this category.

Chambers USA also identified nine of the firm’s attorneys – five of which were previously ranked by the client guide – for their outstanding work in their respective area of law including: Brian Clemow, Labor & Employment; Barry Hawkins, Real Estate; Timothy Hollister, Real Estate; Paul Sanson, Litigation; and Robert Wyld, Litigation. This year, Chambers USA also acknowledged John Kreitler for his work in Corporate/M&A, as well as Christopher Smith, John Wertam and Joseph Williams for their work in Environmental law.

Published by London-based Chambers & Partners, Chambers USA is the nation’s preeminent guide to law firms and individual attorneys. The selection process is based on interviews with in-house counsel and other attorneys around the country. The rankings are based on qualities including technical legal ability, professional conduct, client service, commercial awareness/astuteness, diligence, commitment, and other categories most valued by the client.

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