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Trenam Kemker Attorneys Nationally Recognized Among Leading Lawyers

Trenam Kemker is pleased to announce that seven of its attorneys have been ranked as leading practitioners in four different practice areas in the 2014 edition of Chambers USA, a highly regarded directory featuring client-led intelligence on America’s leading lawyers for business. The complete 2014 guide is available at the Chambers and Partners website.


Trenam Kemker attorneys recognized by Chambers USA in the 2014 guide, along with the practice areas in which they were selected, are:

 

J. Alan Asendorf – Real Estate

Paul D. Bain, Real Estate

David R. Brittain – Real Estate

Roberta A. Colon – Bankruptcy/Restructuring

Richard H. Sollner – Real Estate

Gary I. Teblum – Corporate/Mergers and Acquisitions

John S. Vento – Construction

 

Chambers and Partners have been ranking law firms and lawyers since 1990. Employing a team of 150 editors and researchers, Chambers bases its rankings on conversations with lawyers and clients, including in-depth phone and face-to-face interviews.

 

Founded in 1970, Trenam Kemker ranks among the largest law firms in Florida, with offices in Tampa and St. Petersburg. Trenam Kemker works regionally with clients in the following practice areas: bankruptcy, creditors' rights & insolvency, business transactions, commercial litigation, construction law and government contracting, employment law, health care, employee benefits, private client services and real estate transactions and lending. The firm is committed to the service of its clients, the community and the improvement of the legal profession. For more information, visit Trenam Kemker online at www.trenam.com.

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