Chambers ranks 15 DLA Piper lawyers in California among leaders in business law
18 Jun 2012
DLA Piper is pleased to announce that 15 lawyers in its California offices have been recognized in the newly published, prestigious Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business.
Beyond individual lawyers, Chambers USA recognized DLA Piper’s Corporate/M&A: Northern California, Corporate/M&A: Southern California, Intellectual Property, IT & Outsourcing, Life Sciences, Real Estate, and Tax groups as top-tier practices in California. Nationwide, DLA Piper received 172 individual lawyer rankings in the new edition of Chambers USA, and the firm itself was ranked in 62 practice areas.
DLA Piper’s leading California lawyers include
- Henry Lesser, Corporate/M&A: Northern California
- Jay Rains, Corporate/M&A: Southern California
- Curtis L. Mo, Corporate/M&A: Deals in Asia and Corporate/M&A: Venture Capital
- John Allcock, Intellectual Property: Patent
- Richard de Bodo, Intellectual Property: Patent and Life Sciences: IP/Patent Litigation
- Lisa A. Haile, Intellectual Property: Patent and Life Sciences: IP/Patent Litigation
- Mark F. Radcliffe, IT & Outsourcing
- Howard Clowes, Life Sciences: Corporate/Commercial
- Bruce W. Jenett, Life Sciences: Corporate/Commercial
- Shirli Fabbri Weiss, Litigation: Securities
- George L. O’Connell, Litigation: White-Collar Crime & Government Investigations
- Stephen A. Cowan, Real Estate
- Michael E. Meyer, Real Estate
- David Colker, Tax
- Sang Kim, Tax
The Chambers USA rankings are based on extensive research conducted by Chambers and Partners Legal Publishers, a highly respected English publisher of renowned directories assessing and ranking the world’s leading lawyers. Unlike other publishers that allow firms to purchase a mention or ranking, the Chambers and Partners listings are based solely on outside evaluations of merit. Its researchers investigate law firms and lawyers in each US state through an exhaustive process of interviewing clients and competitors in major areas of business law.