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Miller Nash Receives Recognition in the 2022 Chambers USA Guide



Chambers and Partners has once again recognized Miller Nash in its 2022 Chambers USA Guide. The firm received six state practice area rankings, one national ranking, and 17 individual attorney recognitions. The Chambers USA Guide ranks the top attorneys and law firms throughout the United States based on practice location. The recognition celebrates firms and attorneys who have had notable achievements, strategic practice area growth, and outstanding client service.

Miller Nash was ranked among the top in the region in these six practice areas: Bankruptcy/Restructuring, Corporate/M&A, Intellectual Property, Litigation: General Commercial, Real Estate, 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: Western U.S.)
  • Bankruptcy/Restructuring (WA)
  • Corporate/M&A (OR)
  • Intellectual Property (OR)
  • Litigation: General Commercial (OR)
  • Real Estate (OR)
  • Real Estate: Zoning/Land Use (OR)

Miller Nash recognized attorneys by practice area:


  • John Knapp (WA)

Cannabis Law

  • Benjamin Pirie (Nationwide: Western U.S.)
  • Christine Masse (Nationwide: Western U.S.)


  • Mary Ann Frantz (OR)
  • Erich Merrill (OR)
  • David Post (OR)


  • Suzanne Lacampagne (OR)

Intellectual Property

  • Robert Cumbow (WA)
  • Paul Havel (OR)

Labor & Employment

  • Clemens Barnes (WA)
  • Naomi Haslitt (OR)

Litigation: General Commercial

  • Bruce Campbell (OR)
  • Seth Row (OR)
  • Thomas Sand (OR)

Real Estate

  • Jonathon Goodling (OR)

Real Estate: Zoning/Land Use

  • Jeffrey Condit (OR)
  • Kelly Hossaini (OR)

About Chambers and Partners
The Chambers USA Guide recognizes outstanding attorneys and law firms across the United States. Independent researchers collect information on law firms and attorneys through client and professional peer interviews and assessment of recent work experience. Chambers’ researchers assess technical legal ability, client service, commercial vision and business understanding, diligence, value for money and depth of team. Lawyers are not allowed to pay a fee to be recognized, nor is any purchase required. For more information about the Chambers USA Guide, click here.

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