|May 26, 2017
Blank Rome is pleased to announce that its practice groups and attorneys have again been ranked by Chambers USA. The 2017 edition of Chambers USA recognized Blank Rome in a number of categories, and also ranked 68 Blank Rome attorneys as “leaders in their fields.” The rankings were assessed according to technical legal ability, professional conduct, client service, commercial astuteness, diligence, commitment, and other qualities most valued by clients.
The Firm received National practice rankings in:
In Delaware, the Firm was ranked in:
In the District of Columbia, the Firm was ranked in:
In Pennsylvania, the Firm was ranked in:
In Eastern Pennsylvania, the Firm was ranked in:
In New Jersey, the Firm was recognized in:
In Texas, the Firm was recognized in:
Individual Blank Rome Attorneys Ranked in Chambers USA 2017:
Banking & Finance
Capital Markets: Securitisation
Corporate/M&A & Private Equity
Government: Government Contracts
Government: Political Law
Insurance: Dispute Resolution: Policyholder
Labor & Employment
Labor & Employment: Employee Benefits & Compensation
Litigation: General Commercial
Litigation: White Collar Crime and Government Investigations
Real Estate: Corporate
Real Estate: Zoning/Land Use
Transportation: Shipping/Maritime: Litigation
Transportation: Shipping/Maritime: Regulatory
About Chambers USA
Chambers & Partners, the UK-based publishers of Chambers USA, conducts research through in-depth interviews with attorneys and clients and then assesses those results via a team of more than 140 full-time researchers and editors.
Individual lawyers are ranked (in their practice-area(s)) on the basis of their legal knowledge and experience, their ability, their effectiveness, and their client service. A law firm ranking relates to a department of the firm, not to the firm as a whole. Where a firm has several departments specializing in different areas of law, Chambers may rank some departments and not others. Law firm departments are ranked on the qualities of their lawyers as above. In addition, Chambers considers the effectiveness and capability of the department as a whole—its strength and depth. These factors and considerations are judged: (a) by interviews with those active in the market—mainly clients (who can be law firms instructing other law firms) and other lawyers with whom they work; and (b) by assessing recent work done. Greater weight is given to the views of the clients, and any biased viewpoints tend to cancel each other out. All interviews are conducted purely for research purposes and are entirely confidential and unattributed. The methodology for the research into the strengths and reputations of U.S. attorneys has been approved by the British Market Research Bureau.
The rankings and editorial comments concerning the attorneys are independent and objective. Inclusion in the guide is based solely on the research team’s findings. Chambers is widely viewed among the most highly respected publications in the world with regards to rating lawyers, in part because inclusion cannot be purchased. For more information, visit www.chambersandpartners.com.