Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck Well Represented in 2020 Chambers Rankings
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Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck Well Represented in 2020 Chambers Rankings

April 27, 2020

Publisher Chambers & Partners recognized Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck in its annual Chambers USA Guide. The firm was recognized in 16 practice areas including:  

  • Banking & Finance (Colorado)
  • Corporate/M&A (Colorado)
  • Corporate/Commercial (Nevada)
  • Gaming & Licensing (Nationwide, Nevada)
  • Government Relations (Nationwide)
  • Environment (California)
  • Intellectual Property (Colorado)
  • Labor & Employment (Colorado)
  • Litigation - General Commercial (Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico)
  • Natural Resources & Environment (Colorado)
  • Real Estate (Colorado, Nevada)
  • Tax (Colorado)

Chambers also recognized 35 Brownstein attorneys as the best in their respective fields with leading individual rankings going to: 

Corporate & Business Department: 

  • Adam J. Agron (Colorado: Corporate/M&A) 
  • Robert P. Attai (Colorado: Corporate/M&A) 
  • Gregory W. Berger (Colorado: Tax)
  • Kevin A. Cudney (Colorado: Corporate/M&A) 
  • Gino A. Maurelli (Colorado: Corporate/M&A)
  • Elizabeth D. Paulsen (Colorado: Corporate/M&A) 
  • Albert Z. Kovacs (Nevada: Corporate/Commercial) 
  • Ellen Schulhofer (Nevada: Corporate/Commercial)
  • Jay Spader (Colorado: Banking & Finance)

Gaming Group: 

  • David R. Arrajj (Nationwide: Gaming & Licensing and Nevada: Gaming & Licensing) 
  • Paul O’Gara (Nationwide: Gaming & Licensing) 
  • Frank A. Schreck (Nationwide: Gaming & Licensing and Nevada: Gaming & Licensing)
  • William J. Downey (Nationwide: Gaming & Licensing)
  • Scott Scherer (Nevada: Gaming & Licensing)

Government Relations Department: 

  • Marc S. Lampkin (Nationwide: Government Relations)
  • Russell W. Sullivan (District of Columbia: Tax) 

Employment and Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation Groups: 

  • Lisa Hogan (Colorado: Labor & Employment) 
  • Christine A. Samsel (Colorado: Labor & Employment) 
  • Nancy A. Strelau (Colorado Labor & Employment – Employee Benefits & Compensation) 

Intellectual Property Department:

  • S. Craig Hemenway (Colorado: Intellectual Property)

Litigation Department: 

  • Richard B. Benenson (Colorado: Litigation – General Commercial)
  • Hubert A. Farbes, Jr. (Colorado: Litigation – General Commercial) 
  • Kirk B. Lenhard (Nevada: Litigation – General Commercial) 
  • Patrick J. Reilly (Nevada: Litigation – General Commercial) 
  • Eric R. Burris (New Mexico: Litigation – General Commercial) 

Natural Resources Department: 

  • Scott S. Slater (California: Environment) 
  • Wayne F. Forman (Colorado: Environment) 
  • Mark J. Mathews (Colorado: Environment and Colorado: Natural Resources & Energy)
  • Ronda L. Sandquist (Colorado: Environment)
  • Eric Waeckerlin (Colorado: Environment) 

Real Estate Department:  

  • Bruce A. James (Colorado: Real Estate and Colorado: Real Estate – Hotels & Leisure) 
  • Aaron M. Hyatt (Colorado: Real Estate)
  • Carolynne C. White (Colorado: Real Estate – Zoning/Land Use)
  • Rebecca L. Miltenberger (Nevada: Real Estate) 
  • Angela Turriciano Otto (Nevada: Real Estate) 

Chambers & Partners has a staff of more than 100 full-time researchers who develop rankings of lawyers and practices based on written submissions provided by law firms, telephone interviews with clients and lawyers, and other resources. Inclusion in the guide is based solely on the research team's findings.  

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