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Covington Receives Top Rankings from Chambers Global

March 27, 2015

LONDON, 27 March, 2015 — Covington received 56 individual mentions and 29 practice mentions in the 2015 edition of Chambers Global. The guidebook, which ranks lawyers globally by pan-regional and country practice area, is designed to identify the most skilled legal practitioners based on the qualities most valued by clients.

The Covington lawyers selected as “leaders in their field” in the guide include:

• Tammy Albarrán: Fraud & Corporate Investigations (Latin America) 
• Thomas Barnett: Competition/Antitrust (U.S.) 
• Peter Bogaert: Life Sciences: Regulatory/Compliance (Global) 
• Stephen Bond: Arbitration: International (Europe-wide) and Dispute Resolution: International Arbitration (U.K.) 
• Lanny Breuer: FCPA (U.S.) 
• Maureen Browne: International Trade: Intellectual Property (Section 337) (U.S.) 
• Eric Carlson: International Trade/WTO (China) 
• Grant Castle: Life Sciences: Regulatory/Compliance (Global) 
• Marney Cheek: International Arbitration (U.S.) 
• Miranda Cole: Competition/European Law (Belgium) 
• Daniel Cooper: Data Protection (Global) 
• Robert Culbertson: Tax: Corporate & Finance (U.S.) 
• Nicole Duclos: International Arbitration (Latin America) 
• John Dugan: Banking & Finance: Mainly Regulatory (U.S.) 
• Stuart Eizenstat: International Trade: Trade Remedies & Trade Policy (U.S.) 
• Roger Enock: Insurance: Mainly Policyholders (UK) 
• David Fagan: International Trade: CFIUS Experts (U.S.) and Privacy & Data Security (U.S.) 
• Peter Flanagan: International Trade: Export Controls & Economic Sanctions (U.S.) 
• Deborah Garza: Competition/Antitrust (U.S.) 
• Corrine Goldstein: International Trade: Export Controls & Economic Sanctions (U.S.) 
• Eugene Gulland: International Arbitration (U.S.) 
• Robert Haslam: Intellectual Property: Patent (U.S.) 
• Nigel Howard: Outsourcing (U.S) 
• John Hurvitz: Life Sciences: Corporate/Commercial (Global) 
• Richard Kingham: Life Sciences: Regulatory/Compliance (Global) 
• Rubén Kraiem : Corporate/M&A (Latin America) 
• Weishi Li: Life Sciences: Corporate/Commercial (Global) and Intellectual Property (China) 
• Peter Lichtenbaum: International Trade: Export Controls & Economic Sanctions (U.S.) 
• Miguel López Forastier: International Arbitration (U.S. and Latin America), International Arbitration: Foreign expert for Latin America (U.S.), and Public International Law (Global) 
• William Massey: Energy & Natural Resources: Electricity (U.S.) 
• Richard Mattick: Insurance: Mainly Policyholders (UK) 
• Richard Meserve: Energy & Natural Resources: Nuclear (U.S.) 
• George Pappas: Intellectual Property: Patent (U.S.) 
• Mark Plotkin: International Trade: CFIUS Experts (U.S.) and Privacy & Data Security (U.S.) 
• Donald Ridings: FCPA (U.S.) and International Trade: FCPA Experts (U.S.) 
• Edward Rippey: Litigation: E-Discovery (U.S.) 
• Loretta Shaw-Lorello: Investment Funds: Private Equity: Fund Formation (U.S.) 
• Andrew Smith: Privacy & Data Security (U.S.) 
• Scott Smith: Corporate/M&A (U.S.) 
• Sturgis Sobin: International Trade: Intellectual Property (Section 337) (U.S.) 
• Stuart Stock: Banking & Regulatory: Mainly Regulatory (U.S.) 
• Timothy Stratford: International Trade/WTO (Asia-Pacific Region) and International Trade/WTO (China) 
• Henriette Tielemans: Data Protection (Global) 
• Peter Trooboff: International Trade: Export Controls & Economic Sanctions (U.S.) 
• John Veroneau: International Trade: Trade Remedies & Trade Policy (U.S.) 
• Ralph Voltmer: Corporate/M&A (International Firms) (U.S.) and Coroporate/M&A (India) 
• Jeremy Wilson: Dispute Resolution: International Arbitration (U.K.) and International Arbitration (Global) 
• J.D. Weinberg: Coroprate/M&A (U.S.) 
• Kurt Wimmer: Data Protection (Global) 
• Johan Ysewyn : Competition/European Law (Europe-wide) and Competition/European Law: State Aid (Europe-wide)

In addition, the following Covington practices were ranked in the corresponding regions and countries:

Asia - Pacific Region

• International Trade/WTO
 
Belgium 

• Competition/European Law 

China

• International Trade/WTO 

Europe-wide 

• Arbitration (International) 
• Data Protection 
• Life Sciences 

Global 

• Corporate Investigations 
• Corporate Investigations (Anti-Corruption) 
• International Arbitration 
• International Trade/WTO 
• Life Sciences 
• Public International Law

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