CHICAGO — McDermott Will & Emery, which has offices in 11 cities worldwide, was recently recognized by Chambers & Partners. McDermott Will & Emery was ranked in a variety of practices in the 2001-2002 edition of Chambers Global, a guide to the world's leading lawyers, which is based on the publisher’s independent research.
Chicago Banking & Finance - Ranked 4th
Charles Levin is mentioned in regard to his representation of lenders in public transactions and venture capital.
Robert McMenamin is mentioned for his visibility representing banks involved in hi-tech ventures and his extensive experience on securities and structured financial transactions.
Chicago Corporate/Commercial - Ranked 4th
Helen Friedli is mentioned in regard to acting for numerous buyout fund clients.
Stan Meadows is recognized as a visible consummate deal-maker who deals with corporate restructurings, joint ventures, and mergers and acquisitions.
Chicago Tax - Ranked 1st
Tom Borders is recommended as an articulate advocate.
Lowell Yoder mentioned for his effectiveness on international tax matters.
Washington, D.C. Tax - Ranked 3rd
James Riedy is noted for his success on international matters and his ability to advise multinationals on U.S. tax consequences.