May 23, 2019

Holland & Knight Ranked Among Nation's Top Law Firms for Transportation & Infrastructure Practices by Chambers USA

Holland & Knight Transportation Blog
Anita M. Mosner | Christopher R. Nolan

Chambers USA ranks the top lawyers and law firms across the United States. Chambers rankings are assessed by an experienced team of Chambers researchers. Its ranking tables are compiled through assessment of a firm's work and opinions from external market sources, with an emphasis on client feedback. Firms and lawyers need to demonstrate sustained excellence over a period of years in order to be ranked in the guide.

We are pleased to announce that 12 of our Transportation and Infrastructure practices have been ranked highly and recognized by Chambers. These practices are:

  • Transportation: Aviation Finance (Nationwide)
  • Transportation: Aviation Litigation (Nationwide)
  • Transportation: Aviation Regulatory (Nationwide)
  • Transportation Rail (for Railroads) (Nationwide)
  • Transportation: Road (Carriage/Logistics) (Nationwide)
  • Transportation: Shipping/Maritime – Finance (Nationwide)
  • Transportation: Shipping/Maritime – Litigation (New York)
  • Construction: Nationwide
  • Construction: District of Columbia
  • Construction: Florida
  • Construction: New York
  • Product Liability – Automobile (Nationwide)

Reflecting the depth and strength of our practices, 21 members of our team have received individual rankings:

  • William Byrne
  • Michael Candes
  • Randal Robert Craft
  • Phillip Durham
  • Michael Frevola
  • Gary Halbert
  • Lawrence Hamilton
  • James Hohenstein
  • Christopher Kelly
  • Anita Mosner
  • Judith Nemsick
  • Jennifer Nowak
  • Christopher Nolan
  • William Piels
  • James Power
  • John Pritchard
  • Frederick Rohn
  • Colin Smith
  • Stephen Brett Shapiro
  • Ben Subin
  • Jovi Tenev

We are delighted to see our teams and practitioners receive the recognition they so well deserve. In all, 143 Holland & Knight attorneys were recognized in this year's US Guide. 

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