35 Greenberg Traurig Florida Attorneys Recognized in 2016 Edition of The Legal 500 United States Guide to Outstanding Lawyers

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International law firm Greenberg Traurig, P.A. announced that 35 of its Florida attorneys have been recognized in The Legal 500 United States 2016 guide to outstanding lawyers. In addition, the Guide recommends Greenberg Traurig as a “Top Tier” firm in the “Real Estate and Construction” category for the second consecutive year.

International law firm Greenberg Traurig, P.A. announced that 35 of its Florida attorneys have been recognized in The Legal 500 United States 2016 guide to outstanding lawyers. In addition, the Guide recommends Greenberg Traurig as a “Top Tier” firm in the “Real Estate and Construction” category for the second consecutive year.

Firm-wide, The Legal 500 United States 2016 recognizes more than 100 Greenberg Traurig attorneys and 31 of the firm’s practice areas.

According to the publisher, the rankings recognize practice area teams and practitioners who are “providing the most cutting edge and innovative advice to corporate counsel.” The rankings are based on feedback from 250,000 clients worldwide, law firm submissions, and interviews with private practice lawyers, in addition to Legal 500’s independent research in the legal market.

Some of the commentary published in The Legal 500 United States 2016 guide regarding Greenberg Traurig and its attorneys include:

  • …‘very responsive and incredibly knowledgeable’ team
  • … ‘a deep drive for outstanding client service’
  • … The ‘seasoned attorneys’ ensure that the ‘level of service is excellent’ and that the ‘advice is very good and always on target.’
  • Greenberg Traurig provides ‘superior service and results.’
  • Greenberg Traurig, LLP’s clients praise the ‘excellent’ service level supplied by a ‘dedicated team that fully understands our complex business model.’
  • Greenberg Traurig ‘achieves a trifecta of quality, efficiency and availability’…

The Greenberg Traurig Florida lawyers listed below are recommended in The Legal 500 United States 2016 editorial based on the guide’s industry or practice area designations as selected by researchers:

Fort Lauderdale

  • Glenn E. Goldstein: Dispute Resolution - General Commercial Disputes
  • Scott M. Grossman: Finance - Restructuring (Including Bankruptcy): Corporate
  • Denny O’Shea: Real Estate and Construction - Land Use/Zoning
  • Paul B. Ranis: Intellectual Property - Trade Secrets

Miami

  • Christopher L. Barnett: Real Estate and Construction - Construction (Including Construction Litigation)
  • Kerri L. Barsh: Industry Focus - Environment: Litigation
  • Hilarie Bass: Dispute Resolution - Securities Litigation - Defense
  • Mark D. Bloom: Finance - Restructuring (Including Bankruptcy): Corporate
  • David A. Coulson: Dispute Resolution - Product Liability, Mass Tort and Class Action: Consumer Products (Including Tobacco); Dispute Resolution - Securities Litigation - Defense
  • Seth J. Entin: Tax - International Tax
  • Gary M. Epstein: M&A Corporate and Commercial - M&A: Large Deals ($1bn +)
  • Iris Escarra: Real Estate and Construction - Land Use/Zoning
  • Joseph Z. Fleming: Labor and Employment - Labor-Management Relations
  • Adam M. Foslid: Dispute Resolution - Product Liability, Mass Tort and Class Action: Consumer Products (Including Tobacco)
  • Danielle N. Garno: Dispute Resolution - White-Collar Criminal Defense
  • Richard J. Giusto: Real Estate and Construction - Real Estate
  • John B. Hutton III: Finance - Restructuring (Including Bankruptcy): Corporate
  • Paul J. Keenan Jr.: Finance - Restructuring (Including Bankruptcy): Corporate
  • Steven B. Lapidus: Labor and Employment - Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation
  • Patrick F. Martin: Labor and Employment - Workplace and Employment Counseling
  • Ian M. Ross: Dispute Resolution - General Commercial Disputes
  • Arturo Ross: Labor and Employment - Labor-Management Relations
  • Elliot H. Scherker: Dispute Resolution – Appellate: Supreme Court (federal and state) and courts of appeals
  • Ozzie A. Schindler: Tax - International Tax
  • Mark P. Schnapp: Dispute Resolution - White-Collar Criminal Defense
  • Michael J. Thomas: Real Estate and Construction – Construction (Including Construction Litigation)

Tallahassee

  • Michael J. Cherniga: Industry Focus - Healthcare: Service Providers
  • Barry Richard: Dispute Resolution – Appellate: Supreme Court (federal and state) and courts of appeals

Tampa

  • Gregory W. Kehoe: Dispute Resolution - White-Collar Criminal Defense
  • Charles A. Simmons: Tax - U.S. Taxes: Contentious
  • Christopher Torres: Dispute Resolution - Product Liability, Mass Tort and Class Action: Toxic Tort – Defense
  • David B. Weinstein: Dispute Resolution - Product Liability, Mass Tort and Class Action: Toxic Tort – Defense; Industry Focus - Environment: Litigation
  • Peter W. Zinober: Labor and Employment - Labor and Employment Disputes (Including Collective Actions): Defense

West Palm Beach

  • Joseph C. Coates III: Dispute Resolution - Securities Litigation - Defense
  • Bradford D. Kaufman: Dispute Resolution - Securities Litigation - Defense

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