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September 13, 2005
WASHINGTON, D.C., September 13, 2005 - Forty-six Covington & Burling lawyers practicing in 27 fields were recognized in the 2006 edition of The Best Lawyers in America. The number of Covington lawyers listed increased by over 40% from the last edition. This biennial compilation of top U.S. lawyers is based on peer-review surveys and is used as a referral guide in the legal profession. The recipients are as follows:
Alternative Dispute Resolution: Mitchell Dolin and Eugene GullandAntitrust: Harvey Applebaum and Robert SaylerAppellate: Robert LongBanking: Stuart Stock and Mark WeissBankruptcy and Creditor-Debtor Rights: Michael St. Patrick BaxterCommercial Litigation: Harvey Applebaum, Bruce Baird, Lanny Breuer, Donald Brown, Mitchell Dolin, Eugene Gulland, Eric Holder, Jr., Peter Barton Hutt, David Isbell, William Iverson, Gregg Levy, Mark Lynch, Peter Nickles, and Robert SaylerCommunications: Jonathan BlakeCorporate: David Brown, Leonard Chazen, John Ellicott, Scott Smith, and Mark WeissCorporate Governance and Compliance: Bruce Baird, Aaron Marcu, and David MartinCriminal Defense: Bruce BairdEmployee Benefits: Julie Edmond, Amy Moore, Richard Shea, and John VineEnergy: Nicholas FelsEnvironmental: Theodore Garrett, J.T. Smith, and Allan TopolFinancial Institutions and Transactions: Stuart Stock and Mark WeissGeneral Corporate: Scott SmithInsurance: Mitchell Dolin and William GreaneyIntellectual Property: Roderick McKelvie and George PappasInternational Arbitration: John Ellicott, Oscar Garibaldi, and Eugene GullandInternational Trade and Finance: Harvey Applebaum, Stuart Eizenstat, and Peter TrooboffMergers & Acquisitions: David Brown, Leonard Chazen, John Ellicott, Scott Smith, and Mark WeissPersonal Injury: Donald BrownReal Estate: Robert GageSecurities: David Brown, Leonard Chazen, John Ellicott, David Martin, Scott Smith, and Mark WeissSports: Andrew Friedman, Gregg Levy, and Bruce WilsonTax: Roderick DeArment and Bill PaulTrusts and Estates: Doris Blazek-WhiteWhite-Collar Criminal Defense: Bruce Baird, Lanny Breuer, Geoffrey Hobart, and Eric Holder, Jr.