Brooks Pierce Receives Top Honors from Chambers USA: Nine Practice Areas, 20 Attorneys Ranked Among the Best
Nine Brooks Pierce practice areas and 20 of the Firm’s attorneys are ranked among the best in North Carolina in the 2022 edition of Chambers USA: America’s Leading Law Firms for Business. The listing of the leading lawyers and law firms in the country is published annually by Chambers and Partners.
Brooks Pierce’s Antitrust, Environment and Litigation: General Commercial practices received a Band 1 ranking, the highest awarded by Chambers USA. The Firm’s Banking & Finance: Mainly Regulatory, Bankruptcy/Restructuring, Corporate/Mergers & Acquisitions, Healthcare, Intellectual Property and Labor & Employment practice areas were also recognized.
A sampling of quotes Brooks Pierce was honored to receive from clients and peers in the 2022 edition of Chambers USA are included below.
- "The firm has the knowledge and experience to dissect complex legal issues. The attorneys are very punctual, patient and willing to go into great detail to answer questions - their service is exemplary."
- "The team is very quick to respond and provides the necessary counsel and action needed."
- "Brooks Pierce is an established firm that knows the environmental area well - they have a precise approach to things."
- "The service levels and responsiveness are very strong."
- "The team meshed together very efficiently and did a great job explaining complex legal issues in businessman’s language."
The 20 attorneys recognized as leaders in their respective practice areas are:
- Arty Bolick (Construction)
- Forrest Campbell (Healthcare)
- Charles Coble (Litigation: Appellate)
- Mark Davidson (Corporate/Mergers & Acquisitions)
- Kearns Davis (Litigation: White-Collar Crime & Government Investigations)
- Tricia Goodson (Labor & Employment)
- George House (Environment)
- Bob King (Environment)
- Iain MacSween (Banking & Finance: Mainly Regulatory)
- Jeff Oleynik (Antitrust, Bankruptcy/Restructuring)
- Gary Parsons (Litigation: General Commercial)
- Jim Phillips (Litigation: General Commercial)
- Reid Phillips (Litigation: General Commercial)
- Coe Ramsey (Intellectual Property)
- David Sar (Intellectual Property)
- Bob Singer (Banking & Finance, Banking & Finance: Mainly Regulatory)
- John Small (Bankruptcy/Restructuring)
- Randy Tinsley (Environment)
- Jennifer Van Zant (Antitrust)
- Howard Williams (Tax)
Chambers USA is the leading guide to the legal profession and determines its annual rankings through confidential in-depth interviews with clients and attorneys and an assessment of recent work. Attorneys are ranked in their respective practice areas on the basis of legal knowledge and experience, ability, effectiveness and client service. Law firm departments are ranked using these qualities, as well as effectiveness and capability of the department as a whole. More information on the ranking process can be found at https://chambers.com/legal-guide/usa-5.
- H. Arthur Bolick II
- Forrest Campbell Jr.
- Charles E. Coble
- Mark Davidson
- Kearns Davis
- Patricia Goodson
- George W. House
- Robert King III
- Iain MacSween
- Jeffrey E. Oleynik
- Gary S. Parsons
- Reid L. Phillips
- Jim W. Phillips Jr.
- Coe W. Ramsey
- David W. Sar
- Robert A. Singer
- John H. Small
- Jennifer K. Van Zant
- Howard L. Williams