Gibson Dunn Ranked in 2016 U.S. Legal 500

June 15, 2016

​Gibson Dunn earned 44 practice area rankings, including 14 top-tier rankings in the 2016 edition of The Legal 500 – United States, and 21 partners were named Leading Lawyers in their respective practices.

The firm achieved first-tier rankings in the following categories:

· Antitrust – Cartel
· Antitrust – Civil Litigation/Class Actions
· Dispute Resolution – Appellate – Supreme Court (federal and state)
· Dispute Resolution – Appellate – Courts of Appeals
· Dispute Resolution – General Commercial Disputes
· Dispute Resolution – International litigation
· Dispute Resolution – Securities Litigation – Defense
· Dispute Resolution – White-Collar Criminal Defense
· Industry Focus – Energy Transactions: Oil and Gas
· Labor and Employment – Labor and Employment Disputes (including collective actions): Defense
· M&A/Corporate and Commercial – Commercial Deals and Contracts
· Media, Technology and Telecoms – Technology: Outsourcing
· Real Estate and Construction – Land Use/Zoning
· Real Estate and Construction – Real Estate

The partners named as Leading Lawyers are Scott Hammond and Gary Spratling (Antitrust: Cartel), Daniel Swanson (Antitrust: Civil Litigation/Class Actions), Theodore Olson and Theodore Boutrous (Dispute Resolution: Supreme Court and Appellate), Randy Mastro (Commercial Litigation, International Litigation and Leading Trial Lawyer), Perlette Jura (International Litigation), Jonathan Dickey (Securities Litigation – Defense), F. Joseph Warin (Litigation: White-Collar Criminal Defense), Karen Manos (Government Contracts), Nicholas Politan and Peter Hanlon (Energy Transactions – Conventional Power), Patrick Dennis (Environmental Litigation), Eugene Scalia and William Kilberg (Labor and Employment Litigation), Daniel Mummery, Stephen Nordahl and William Peters (Media, Technology and Telecoms: Technology – Outsourcing), Shaalu Mehra (Media, Technology and Telecoms: Technology – Transactions), Jesse Sharf (Real Estate and Construction: Real Estate), and Hatef Behnia (US taxes – Non-Contentious).