Crowe & Dunlevy recognized by international legal publisher, Chambers & Partners

Thirty-seven attorneys listed as leaders in their respective practice area 

OKLAHOMA CITY – Chambers & Partners, an international legal publisher, has once again highly ranked Crowe & Dunlevy in its annual Chambers USA Directory. Crowe & Dunlevy was ranked in Band 1, the highest ranking, in six of the seven major areas of legal practice: corporate/commercial, energy and natural resources, labor and employment, litigation, Native American law and real estate. The firm earned a Band 2 ranking in intellectual property law. In addition, 37 attorneys were honored as leaders in their respective practice area.

“We are proud to have received consistently top rankings from Chambers & Partners for our practice groups and attorneys,” said Kevin Gordon, president of Crowe & Dunlevy. “These rankings are based on client feedback, which shows that our attorneys provide an outstanding level of client service and commitment to the legal profession.”

Twelve Crowe & Dunlevy attorneys received Band 1 rankings: LeAnne Burnett (energy and natural resources: environment), Mark D. Christiansen (energy and natural resources), Leonard Court (labor and employment), Gary W. Davis (litigation: mediators), James H. Holloman Jr. (corporate/commercial: tax), Michael S. Laird (real estate), D. Michael McBride III (Native American law), Clyde A. Muchmore (litigation: general commercial), Karen Rieger (corporate/commercial: healthcare), Anton Rupert (litigation: general commercial), Roger A. Stong (corporate/commercial) and Mark L. Walker (energy and natural resources).

Also receiving high rankings were attorneys Cynthia Andrews (corporate/commercial: tax), Gayle Barrett (labor and employment), Jimmy Goodman (litigation: general commercial), Kevin Gordon (corporate/commercial: health care), John J Griffin Jr. (energy and natural resources), Cori Loomis (corporate/commercial: health care), Margaret Millikin (intellectual property),Mack J. Morgan III (litigation: general commercial), Brooke S. Murphy (litigation: general commercial), Gary C. Rawlinson (real estate), Malcolm E Rosser IV (real estate), Randall J. Snapp (labor and employment), David Sullivan (intellectual property), Gerald Jackson (Native American law), James L. Kincaid (litigation: general commercial), James W. Larimore (corporate/commercial), Judy Hamilton Morse (litigation: general commercial) and Madalene A.B. Witterholt (labor and employment).

Jennifer L. Ivester Berry, Adam Childers and Courtney Warmington were ranked Up-and-Coming; Matthew Hickey and Drew Palmer were ranked Associate to Watch; and Gary W. Davis and Kent Meyers were honored as Senior Statesmen.

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