Gibson Dunn | Gibson Dunn Ranked in 2021 U.S. Legal 500

June 29, 2021 Gibson Dunn acquired 54 follow space rankings, which include 15 top-tier rankings…

June 29, 2021

Gibson Dunn acquired 54 follow space rankings, which include 15 top-tier rankings in the 2021 edition of The Legal 500 – United States. Twelve associates were named to Lawful 500’s Corridor of Fame recognizing people who acquire reliable comments from their purchasers for continued excellence. Twenty-seven partners ended up named Foremost Attorneys in their respective techniques with an extra 12 partners acknowledged as Future Era Legal professionals and two lawyers identified as Soaring Stars.

The firm accomplished to start with-tier rankings in the subsequent types:

  • Antitrust – Cartel
  • Antitrust – Civil litigation/course actions: protection
  • Dispute resolution – Appellate – Courts of Appeals
  • Dispute resolution – Appellate: Supreme Courts (federal and point out)
  • Dispute resolution – Company investigations and white-collar legal defense
  • Dispute resolution – Basic industrial disputes
  • Dispute resolution – Intercontinental litigation
  • Dispute resolution – Securities litigation: protection
  • Market concentrate – Setting: litigation
  • Market target – Transportation: rail and street – litigation and regulation
  • Labor and employment – Labor and employment disputes (which include collective steps): defense
  • Media, technologies and telecoms – Media and leisure: litigation
  • Media, technological innovation and telecoms – Outsourcing
  • Authentic estate – Land use/zoning
  • Genuine estate – Finance and True estate

Legal 500’s Hall of Fame for 2022 is composed of: Century Metropolis husband or wife Jesse Sharf (Authentic estate and development – Authentic Estate) Houston partner Michael P. Darden (Vitality Transactions – Oil and Fuel) Los Angeles associates Theodore Boutrous (Dispute resolution – Appellate: Supreme Court, and Product or service legal responsibility, mass tort and class action – defense: automotive/transport), Patrick Dennis (Environmental Litigation), Perlette Jura (Dispute resolution – Worldwide Litigation) and Daniel Swanson (Antitrust – Civil Litigation/Course Actions –  Defense) New York associates Peter Hanlon (Electrical power Transactions – Common Electricity), Stephen Nordahl (Media, engineering and telecoms – Outsourcing), and Randy Mastro (Dispute resolution – Global Litigation, Standard Business Disputes, and Leading Demo Legal professionals) and Washington, D.C. associates Scott Hammond (Antitrust – Cartel), Theodore Olson (Dispute resolution – Appellate: Supreme Court docket (federal and state)), and F. Joseph Warin (Dispute resolution – Company Investigations and White-Collar Prison Defense).

The associates named as Main Lawyers are:

Antitrust:

  • Washington, D.C. partner Cynthia Richman (Cartel and Civil litigation/class steps – protection)
  • Washington, D.C. companion Richard Parker (Civil ligation/Class actions – protection)

Dispute resolution: 

Finance:

  • New York associate Andrew Fabens (Capital markets: debt offerings)
  • New York spouse Scott Greenberg (Restructuring (including individual bankruptcy): company)

Business Concentration

  • New York spouse Nicholas Politan (Electricity – renewable/alternate electric power)
  • Los Angeles spouse Deborah Stein (Insurance plan: Assistance to insurers)
  • Washington, D.C. husband or wife Thomas Dupree Jr. (Transportation: Rail and Highway – Litigation and Regulation)

Labor and work

M&A/Corporate and professional

Media, engineering and telecoms

  • Century Town partner Scott Edelman (Media and Leisure – Litigation)
  • New York associate Orin Snyder (Media and Enjoyment – Litigation)
  • Los Angeles associate William Peters (Outsourcing)

True estate and construction

The partners named Next Generation Attorneys are: Los Angeles partners Benyamin Ross (Media, technologies and telecoms – Media and Amusement – Transactional) and Douglas Winner (Genuine estate and development – Land use/zoning) New York partners Anne Champion (Dispute resolution – Global Litigation), Joshua Brody (Finance – Restructuring (including personal bankruptcy): corporate), Gabrielle Levin (Labor and work – Labor and Work Disputes), Daniel Angel (Media, engineering and telecoms – Outsourcing and Technological know-how Transactions), Noam Haberman (Real estate and development – Authentic Estate Finance), and Edward Wei (Tax – US taxes – non-contentious) San Francisco partners Brian Lutz (Dispute resolution – Securities Litigation: protection) and Kahlil Yearwood (Genuine estate and development – Actual Estate Finance) and Washington, D.C. companions Adam Di Vincenzo (Antitrust – Merger Control), Stacie Fletcher (Industry target – Environmental Litigation), and Molly Senger (Labor and work – Labor and Employment Disputes).

The attorneys acknowledged as Climbing Stars are Los Angeles of counsel Nathaniel Bach (Media and enjoyment: litigation) and New York affiliate Amanda Aycock (Dispute resolution – Corporate investigations and white-collar criminal protection).