Gibson Dunn Earns 77 Top-Tier Rankings in Chambers USA 2016

May 27, 2016

In its 2016 edition, Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business awarded Gibson Dunn 77 first-tier rankings, of which 27 were firm practice group rankings and 50 were individual lawyer rankings. Overall, the firm earned 261 rankings – 71 firm practice group rankings and 190 individual lawyer rankings.

Gibson Dunn earned top-tier rankings in the following practice group categories:

National – Antitrust
National – Antitrust: Cartel
National – Appellate Law
National – Corporate Crime & Investigations
National – FCPA
National – Outsourcing
National – Retail
National – Securities: Regulation
National – Transportation: Road (Carriage/Commercial)
CA – Antitrust
CA – Environment
CA – Corporate/M&A: Southern California
CA – IT & Outsourcing
CA – Litigation: Appellate
CA – Litigation: General Commercial
CA – Litigation: Securities
CA – Litigation: White-Collar Crime & Government Investigations
CA – Media & Entertainment: Litigation
CA – Real Estate
CA – Real Estate: Zoning / Land Use
CA – Tax
DC – Corporate/M&A & Private Equity
DC – Labor & Employment
DC – Litigation: White-Collar Crime & Government Investigations
NY – Litigation: General Commercial: The Elite
NY – Media & Entertainment: Litigation
TX – Antitrust

This year, 150 Gibson Dunn attorneys were identified as leading lawyers in their respective practice areas, with some ranked in more than one category. The following lawyers achieved top-tier rankings: Howard Adler, D. Jarrett Arp, Hatef Behnia, Theodore Boutrous, Jeffrey Chapman, Linda Curtis, William Dawson, Patrick Dennis, Scott Edelman, Miguel Estrada, Stephen Fackler, Ruth Fisher, Amy Forbes, Stephen Glover, Barry Goldsmith, Richard Grime, William Kilberg, Mark Kirsch, Dean Kitchens, Daniel Kolkey, Brian Lane, Jonathan Layne, Karen Manos, Randy Mastro, Daniel Mummery, Mary Murphy, John Olson, Theodore Olson, William Peters, Tomer Pinkusiewicz, M. Sean Royall, Joel Sanders, Eugene Scalia, Jesse Sharf, Orin Snyder, Gary Spratling, Daniel Swanson, Jay Tabor, Helgi Walker, Robert Walters and F. Joseph Warin.