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Washingtonian Names 34 Covington Attorneys ‘Best Lawyers’

November 21, 2013

WASHINGTON, DC, November 21, 2013 — Washingtonian magazine has named 34 Covington & Burling attorneys as “Best Lawyers” in its December issue. The biennial list, compiled by the magazine’s editorial staff, identifies leading lawyers in the Washington area.

Of the hundreds of “Best Lawyers” identified in the issue, Washingtonian spotlights 14 leading Washington lawyers, including Covington’s Deborah Garza, co-chair of the firm’s antitrust practice. Ms. Garza was recognized for being “involved in some of the largest antitrust matters in recent memory.”

The Covington lawyers who were recognized by Washingtonian are:

• Bruce Baird - Securities
• Thomas Barnett - Antitrust
• Michael Baxter - Bankruptcy
• Lanny Breuer - Criminal Defense / White Collar
• Michael Chertoff - National Security
• John Dugan - Financial Services
• Stuart Eizenstat - International Trade and Arbitration
• David Fagan - National Security
• Ellen Flannery - Food and Drug
• Robert Gage - Real Estate
• Deborah Garza - Antitrust
• Douglas Gibson - Entertainment
• Peter Hutt - Food and Drug
• Jennifer Johnson - Communication
• Robert Kelner - Campaign and Election Law
• Richard Kingham - Food and Drug
• Robert Lenhard - Campaign and Election Law
• Michael Labson - Food and Drug
• Gregg Levy - Entertainment
• Robert Long - Supreme Court
• David Martin - Securities
• Gerald Masoudi - Food and Drug
• Roderick McKelvie - Intellectual Property
• John Nields - Criminal Defense/White Collar
• George Pappas - Intellectual Property
• William Paul - Tax
• Mark Plotkin - National Security
• Mace Rosenstein - Communication
• Peter Safir - Food and Drug
• Paul Schmidt - Civil Defense
• Stuart Stock - Financial Services
• Jean Veta - Financial Services
• Ted Voorhees - Antitrust
• Kurt Wimmer - First Amendment and Media

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