Chambers and Partners has once again recognized prominent regional law firm Miller Nash in its 2021 Chambers USA Guide. The firm received five state practice area rankings, one national ranking, and 16 individual attorney recognitions. The Chambers USA Guide ranks the top attorneys and law firms throughout the United States based on practice location.
Miller Nash was ranked among the top in the region in these five practice areas: Corporate/M&A, Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation, Intellectual Property, Litigation: General Commercial, and Real Estate: Zoning/Land Use. The firm was also ranked among the top nationwide in Cannabis Law.
Since its inception in 1990, Chambers and Partners has been known in the legal profession as “the gold standard” when it comes to finding the best lawyers and law firms around the world.
Miller Nash ranked practice areas:
- Cannabis Law (Nationwide)
- Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation
- Intellectual Property
- Litigation: General Commercial
- Real Estate: Zoning/Land Use
Miller Nash recognized attorneys by practice area:
- Mark Northrup (WA)
- Benjamin Pirie (Nationwide: Western U.S.)
- Christine Masse (Nationwide: Western U.S.)
- Mary Ann Frantz (OR)
- Erich Merrill (OR)
Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation
- Mia Butzbaugh (OR)
- Suzanne Lacampagne (OR)
- Robert Cumbow (WA)
Labor & Employment
- Clemens Barnes (WA)
Litigation: General Commercial
- Bruce Campbell (OR)
- Thomas Sand (OR)
- Jonathon Goodling (OR)
Real Estate: Zoning/Land Use
- Jeffrey Condit (OR)
- Kelly Hossaini (OR)
Miller Nash notable practitioner distinctions:
- Sean O’Brien (OR)
- Julie Reed (WA)
About Chambers and Partners
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