UPDATE: 2017 Chambers Guides Recognize 11 Market-Leading Goulston & Storrs Practices and 33 Leading Individual Lawyers
Goulston & Storrs is pleased to announce that the well regarded legal directory publisher, Chambers and Partners, has recognized in 2017 a total of 11 of the firm’s market-leading practices and 33 leading individual lawyers across its U.S. offices. This recognition spans two of Chambers' major annual publications: the May 2017 Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business as well as the September 2017 Chambers High Net Worth (HNW) Guide.
The firm’s Massachusetts Real Estate practice was again recognized in the ‘Band 1’ category in Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business. Also in Massachusetts, the firm’s Banking & Finance, Bankruptcy/Restructuring, Environment, Labor & Employment and Litigation: General Commercial practices were ranked. In the District of Columbia, the firm’s Real Estate practice was ranked. The firm’s Leisure & Hospitality and Retail groups received Nationwide rankings.
Cecelia Gordon and Harold Stahler were recognized in the Nationwide rankings in the Leisure & Hospitality field.
Among a very select group of Washington, DC Real Estate: Zoning/Land Use lawyers ranked are four Goulston & Storrs Directors: Maureen Dwyer, Phil Feola, Allison Prince and Paul Tummonds. Matthew J. Kiefer and Douglas M. Husid also achieved this ranking in Massachusetts.
The firm's fast-growing New York office also received recognition for the first time this year in the category of Real Estate: Mainly Corporate and Finance.
Individuals recognized in location-specific categories by Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business include:
- District of Columbia: Maureen Dwyer (Real Estate: Zoning/Land Use); Phil Feola (Real Estate: Zoning/Land Use); Allison Prince (Real Estate: Zoning/Land Use); John M. Ratino (Real Estate); Paul Tummonds (Real Estate: Zoning/Land Use); and Wendelin A. White.
- Massachusetts: Ned Abelson (Environment); Joshua M. Davis (Labor & Employment); Jason Dunn (Real Estate); Martin M. Fantozzi (Litigation); Barry D. Green (Real Estate); Philip A. Herman (Banking & Finance); Debbie Horwitz (Real Estate); Douglas M. Husid (Real Estate); Matthew J. Kiefer (Real Estate); Jordan Krasnow (Real Estate); Raymond Kwasnick (Real Estate); James Lerner (Banking & Finance); Frank Litwin (Real Estate); Pamela Maloney MacKenzie (Banking & Finance); Kevin O’Flaherty (Litigation); Douglas Rosner (Bankruptcy/Restructuring); Alan Rottenberg (Real Estate); William M. Seuch (Environment); Kate Velasquez-Heller (Environment); James F. Wallack (Bankruptcy/Restructuring); and Richard M. Zielinski (Litigation).
In its second year of publication, Chambers High Net Worth (HNW) Guide 2017 ranks Goulston & Storrs as a market-leading Band 1 firm in the area of Private Wealth Law. The firm's strength in working with Private Clients and its position as one of New England's largest trust and estate practices has also resulted in Chambers recognizing four individual Goulston & Storrs lawyers in its HNW Guide: seasoned trust and estate lawyers Mark Balk and Mark Christopher; co-chair of the firm's Litigation Practice and probate litigation lawyer Mark Swirbalus; and first-time ranked Suma Nair.
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