The Legal 500

Greenberg Traurig LLP


United States: Dispute resolution

Appellate
Appellate: Supreme Court (federal and state) - ranked: tier 3

Greenberg Traurig, LLP

Appellate: courts of appeals - ranked: tier 3

Greenberg Traurig, LLP

Greenberg Traurig, LLP’s appellate team appeared before the US Supreme Court in 2015, representing The Florida Bar in Williams-Yulee v The Florida Bar, a case concerning redistricting and the regulation of judicial elections across different states. Barry Richard, who wrote the brief and argued the case, prevailed for the client, with the original ban on judicial fundraising remaining in place. The team regularly appears in the federal courts of appeals and has several important wins under its belt; most notably its success for Lorillard Tobacco in 2014. The group is frequently retained by clients in the pharmaceutical and insurance sectors on high-value appeals; examples include Teva Pharmaceuticals and Zenith Insurance. Elliot Scherker, Mark Solomons and Carmen Beauchamp Ciparick chair the team.

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General commercial disputes
General commercial disputes - ranked: tier 2

Greenberg Traurig, LLP

Offering ‘a wealth of subject area expertise’, Greenberg Traurig, LLP has a broad commercial disputes practice that sees it representing clients across the financial services, TMT and energy sectors, among others. At any given time, the sizeable team is handling numerous class actions; recent highlights include New Jersey-based co-chair Philip Sellinger’s representation of Marriott Vacations Worldwide in multiple class actions brought by owners of timeshares at Marriott and Ritz-Carlton resorts. Co-chair Alan Mansfield in New York, Miami-based Ian Ross, Glenn Goldstein in Fort Lauderdale and Los Angeles-based Jeff Scott are other names to note.

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Product liability, mass tort and class action: consumer products (including tobacco)
Product liability, mass tort and class action: consumer products (including tobacco) - ranked: tier 3

Greenberg Traurig, LLP

Greenberg Traurig, LLP’s practice is jointly headed by Francis Citera in Chicago and Robert Herrington, who divides his time between Los Angeles and San Francisco. Herrington is currently defending a variety of major corporations in class actions and product liability lawsuits. Global litigation co-chair Alan Mansfield continued to defend Lorillard in a Kansas consumer class action alleging a wholesale price-fixing scheme; after obtaining a defense victory in 2014, the Kansas Supreme Court denied review of summary judgment in 2015. In Miami, David Coulson and Adam Foslid have been defending water heater manufacturer Rheem in a number of putative nationwide class actions before federal courts in Arizona, New Jersey and Georgia arising from claims of breach of express warranty, breach of implied warranty and violations of the Florida Deceptive and Unfair Trade Practices Act (FDUTPA).

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Product liability, mass tort and class action: pharmaceuticals and medical devices - defense
Product liability, mass tort and class action: pharmaceuticals and medical devices - defense - ranked: tier 2

Greenberg Traurig, LLP

The ‘very responsive and incredibly knowledgeable’ team at Greenberg Traurig, LLP provides ‘top-notch service’ in all areas of pharmaceutical product liability litigation. Practice head Lori Cohen - who is ‘a brilliant trial strategist’ with ‘a deep drive for outstanding client service’ - is currently acting as lead counsel for Medtronic in a substantial number of cases; the firm obtained a complete dismissal of several cases on pre-emption grounds. Cohen also led the team in securing a jury verdict for Bard following a two-month trial wherein the jury found the client and Boston Scientific not liable in the plaintiff’s $28m suit alleging defects in the companies’ pelvic mesh implants. Of counsel Stephen Fowler joined the Washington DC office from Reed Smith LLP. All partners are based in Atlanta unless otherwise stated.

Leading lawyers

Lori Cohen - Greenberg Traurig, LLP

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Product liability, mass tort and class action: toxic tort - defense
Product liability, mass tort and class action: toxic tort - defense - ranked: tier 2

Greenberg Traurig, LLP

Greenberg Traurig, LLP’s environmental and toxic tort practice regularly handles high-stakes litigation for a wide range of clients in the chemicals industry. Practice head David Weinstein and Christopher Torres continue to defend Coronet Industries against a variety of claims for wrongful death, personal injury, medical monitoring and property damage arising from alleged contamination of groundwater, surface water, soil and air in an area surrounding the defendant’s former manufacturing facility. The firm achieved a substantial reduction of the bundle of more than 1,100 claims, through moving the court to implement a Lone Pine order. Weinstein and Torres are currently representing Mosaic Company in a number of cases alleging hazardous exposure, including one where they successfully moved an action to federal court jurisdiction and obtained a dismissal. Paul Seby joined the Denver office from Holland & Hart LLP. Other partners mentioned are based in Tampa.

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Securities litigation - defense
Securities litigation - defense - ranked: tier 3

Greenberg Traurig, LLP

Greenberg Traurig, LLP has ‘a practice made increasingly strong by key hires’. The team is co-chaired by Bradford Kaufman in West Palm Beach and William Briendel (who leads on broker-dealer matters) and Robert Horowitz in New York. Peter Rush (who joined in Chicago from K&L Gates) and Donald Davidson (who joined in Los Angeles from Winston & Strawn LLP) both add significant SEC enforcement capabilities. Further hires include Terri Mazur from Kaye Scholer LLP in New York (who advises financial institutions on securities litigation), an experienced team from Boston-based boutique Michaels, Ward & Rabinovitz, and two specialists from Morgan Stanley in Chicago. Richard Edlin, who chairs the broader New York litigation practice, advised JPMorgan Securities on numerous high-value mortgage-backed securities cases. Also recommended are Joseph Coates in West Palm Beach, Steven Malina in Chicago, Terry Weiss in Atlanta, George Sullivan in White Plains, Hilarie Bass and David Coulson in Miami, and Paul Schumacher in Los Angeles.

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White-collar criminal defense
White-collar criminal defense - ranked: tier 4

Greenberg Traurig, LLP

In January 2016, Greenberg Traurig, LLP took on Rudolph Giuliani and Mark Mukasey from Bracewell LLP. They joined the New York office. Mukasey will chair the practice alongside Boston’s John Pappalardo and Miami’s Mark Schnapp. Schnapp worked alongside fellow Miami lawyer Danielle Garno in securing a declination from the DOJ and a rare FCPA deferred prosecution agreement from the SEC for engineering company Atkins North America. Highlights for the Tampa-based Gregory Kehoe included negotiating a DPA for WellCare Health Plans following allegations of Medicare and Medicaid fraud. Also recommended are Chicago’s John Gibbons and Washington DC’s Sanford Saunders.

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United States: Finance

Restructuring (including bankruptcy): corporate
Restructuring (including bankruptcy): corporate - ranked: tier 5

Greenberg Traurig, LLP

Greenberg Traurig, LLP fields ‘a deep bench of restructuring professionals with a wide range of skillsets’. Its broad geographical footprint, spanning the East Coast, West Coast, Texas and elsewhere, makes it a natural choice for mid-market, regional Chapter 11s. Its south Florida group is praised as ‘one of the best teams in the market’, with Mark Bloom (‘a consummate professional who can devise a strategy and implement it collaboratively’), Paul Keenan (‘an expert in Latin American matters’), Scott Grossman (‘an all-round quality lawyer with a detail-oriented approach to analyzing and solving problems’) and John Hutton (‘an excellent choice for creditor and committee work’) singled out for praise in its Miami and Fort Lauderdale offices. Notable matters included acting for Versa Capital Management in the Chapter 11 of Californian clothing retailer Wet Seal, and representing the committee of unsecured creditors in the Texas-filed Chapter 11 of AutoSeis. Nancy Mitchell and Keith Shapiro, based in New York and Chicago respectively, co-chair the practice with Bloom.

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United States: Industry focus

Energy transactions: conventional power
Energy transactions: conventional power - ranked: tier 5

Greenberg Traurig, LLP

Douglas Atnipp and Kenneth Minesinger lead Greenberg Traurig, LLP’s practice, which was strengthened by the arrival of several partners including Gregory Lawrence, Iskender Catto and Allan Reiss, who joined from Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP, Adams and Reese LLP and McDermott Will & Emery LLP respectively. Clients include Sunstreet Energy Group, Sempra Energy and Harper Energy.

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Energy transactions: oil and gas
Energy transactions: oil and gas - ranked: tier 4

Greenberg Traurig, LLP

Highlights for Greenberg Traurig, LLP’s practice included advising Harper Energy on its $30m acquisition of offshore assets in the Gulf of Mexico from Deep Gulf Energy. Douglas Atnipp, who led on that deal, heads the practice with Kenneth Minesinger. Gregory Lawrence, Derek Anchondo and Iskender Catto joined the team in 2015 from Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP, Adams and Reese LLP and McDermott Will & Emery LLP respectively.

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Energy: regulatory
Energy: regulatory - ranked: tier 3

Greenberg Traurig, LLP

Greenberg Traurig, LLP is best known for contentious and non-contentious gas pipeline work. The team, including co-chairs of the firm’s national energy and natural resources practice Kenneth Minesinger and Douglas Atnipp, assisted the state of Alaska with regulatory, corporate and contentious matters pertaining to a proposed Alaska LNG project. The project would consist of an LNG export terminal, a natural gas treatment plant, and an 800-mile natural gas pipeline connecting the gas treatment plant on the Alaska North Slope to the LNG terminal in South Central Alaska. In litigation, Minesinger and Howard Nelson represented El Paso Natural Gas in a rate case before the FERC. Iskender Catto, now chair of power industry projects and restructuring, joined the firm from McDermott Will & Emery LLP.

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Environment: litigation
Environment: litigation - ranked: tier 3

Greenberg Traurig, LLP

Greenberg Traurig, LLP handles all stages of environmental disputes, including taking complex civil and criminal cases to trial and to appeal. A team led by Philadelphia-based David Mandelbaum is defending P H Glatfelter in several cases relating to the Lower Fox River and Green Bay Superfund site in northeastern Wisconsin. In other matters, Tampa-based David Weinstein is representing Mosaic Fertilizer in federal litigation involving multiple parcels of real property located in Hillsborough and Polk counties in Florida. Other clients include Coronet Industries, FMC Corporation and Tetra Tech. Miami-based Kerri Barsh is the other key name.

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Healthcare: health insurers
Healthcare: health insurers - ranked: tier 2

Greenberg Traurig, LLP

Greenberg Traurig, LLP has a nationwide practice with notable expertise and experience in healthcare reform, reimbursement and regulatory issues. The firm advised MVP Health Care on the transfer of assets from Hudson Health Plan to MVP Health Plan. It also represented Universal American on the purchase of assets from Total Care, a Medicaid managed care plan. Albany-based Harold Iselin and Washington DC’s Nancy Taylor are highly regarded.

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Healthcare: service providers
Healthcare: service providers - ranked: tier 4

Greenberg Traurig, LLP

Greenberg Traurig, LLP has breadth across the country, with notable strength in healthcare M&A and regulatory issues. The ‘seasoned attorneys’ ensure that the ‘level of service is excellent’ and that the ‘advice is very good and always on target’. Much of the headline work is led from Dallas, Austin, Albany and Washington DC, but the teams in Chicago, Atlanta, Philadelphia, Tallahassee and Miami are also integral. The firm represented Gentiva Health Services in its $1.8bn merger with Kindred Healthcare. Michael Malone is ‘responsive, thorough and accurate’. Joseph Coniglio, Francis Serbaroli, Nancy Taylor and Michael Cherniga are also recommended.

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United States: Intellectual property

Copyright
Copyright - ranked: tier 5

Greenberg Traurig, LLP

At Greenberg Traurig, LLP, Ian Ballon, who splits his time between the firm’s Los Angeles and Silicon Valley offices, is recommended for technology and internet-related copyright litigation. Atlanta-based Robert Rosenbloum is recommended for copyright counseling work for recording artists, record companies and motion picture companies, as well as digital media companies and service providers in the online space.

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Trade secrets
Trade secrets - ranked: tier 5

Greenberg Traurig, LLP

Greenberg Traurig, LLP’s trade secret group is led by Kurt Kappes in Sacramento. A team including Atlanta-based David Long-Daniels represented Bartlett Holdings and its affiliates in an action against competitors and former employees for misappropriation of trade secrets, tortious interference with business and contractual relations, breach of the employee duty of loyalty, and breach of various restrictive covenants. Paul Ranis in Fort Lauderdale represented U.S. Metal Buildings in the enforcement of a non-compete agreement against a former sales executive, resulting in the entry of a final judgment for injunctive relief in favor of the client, a national distributor of prefabricated steel buildings.

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Trademarks: litigation
Trademarks: litigation - ranked: tier 4

Greenberg Traurig, LLP

Greenberg Traurig, LLP’s practice, led by Susan Heller in Los Angeles, is particularly noted for trademark disputes in the technology and fashion industries. Steven Wadyka in Washington DC successfully represented TracFone Wireless in a trademark infringement and dilution suit against American Wireless. Alan Sutin in New York has been defending Ralph Lauren in an action brought by Rolex concerning the proposed use of the marks Ralph Lauren RLX and RLX Ralph Lauren.

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Trademarks: non-contentious (including prosecution, portfolio management and licensing)
Trademarks: non-contentious (including prosecution, portfolio management and licensing) - ranked: tier 3

Greenberg Traurig, LLP

Greenberg Traurig, LLP’s brand management practice, led by Susan Heller in Los Angeles, is particularly noted for its work in the technology, entertainment, fashion, and luxury industries. A longstanding client is Ralph Lauren, which it assists with trademark clearance, prosecution, enforcement, and transactional matters. Other clients include Katy Perry, Jennifer Lopez, Nikon, and Godiva Chocolatier.

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United States: Labor and employment

ERISA litigation
ERISA litigation - ranked: tier 3

Greenberg Traurig, LLP

Greenberg Traurig, LLP provides ‘superior service and results’. Atlanta’s Todd Wozniak is defending Stiefel Laboratories, a subsidiary of GlaxoSmithKline, in a claim brought by a former CFO alleging that the company breached its ERISA fiduciary duty and committed securities fraud after it purchased stock from him that was later valued significantly higher when the company was taken over. In Florham Park, Kristine Feher defends denial of benefits claims, and Robert Bernstein is ‘very responsive and practical’. Across the Hudson in New York, Jonathan Sulds, one of the firm’s global co-chairs of labor and employment, represents clients in withdrawal liability disputes, among other pension scheme matters.

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Employee benefits and executive compensation
Employee benefits and executive compensation - ranked: tier 3

Greenberg Traurig, LLP

Greenberg Traurig, LLP’s multi-office team handles a range of issues regarding the management of employee benefits and welfare plans. Expertise also spans regulatory investigations by the IRS, Department of Labor and PBGC, and deferred compensation. Recommended partners include Silicon Valley-based Magan Ray, who advises on 401(k) plans, PPACA issues and welfare plan creation and management, and Miami-based Steven Lapidus, who has expertise in ERISA’s fiduciary requirements. Handling pensions regulation matters, Leslie Klein divides his time between Phoenix and Chicago, and leads the practice alongside Jeffrey Mamorsky in New York. Clients include Republic Services, Western Digital, Xilinx and Google, which the firm has acted for in this area for over a decade.

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Immigration
Immigration - ranked: tier 2

Greenberg Traurig, LLP

Greenberg Traurig, LLP’s clients praise the ‘excellent’ service level supplied by a ‘dedicated team that fully understands our complex business model’. It advises multinational corporations on employment-related immigration issues, represents businesses, organizations and individuals on EB-5 matters and is active in the field of M&A, where it recently advised numerous clients on how to structure deals that enable successor companies to continue to employ foreign national workers in compliance with US immigration law. Laura Reiff and Martha Schoonover co-chair the practice, which recently recruited nine associates. Other key figures to note are Kate Kalmykov, who splits her practice between New York and New Jersey, Atlanta-based Ian Macdonald and McLean-based Pamela Mak, who is experienced in due diligence relating to M&A and restructuring.

Leading lawyers

Laura Reiff - Greenberg Traurig, LLP

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Labor and employment disputes (including collective actions): defense
Labor and employment disputes (including collective actions): defense - ranked: tier 3

Greenberg Traurig, LLP

The team at Greenberg Traurig, LLP has ‘deep industry knowledge’ in a plethora of matters involving unfair labor practices, ERISA, alleged workplace violence and employment discrimination before state, federal and local agencies. Atlanta’s David Long-Daniels, New York’s Jonathan Sulds and Tampa’s Peter Zinober jointly lead the practice, which includes New Jersey lawyers Robert Bernstein (a ‘top labor litigator’), Wendy Johnson Lario, Micala Campbell Robinson and Kristine Feher. New York’s Jerrold Goldberghas a wealth of knowledge’ in labor law and is recommended along with Los Angeles-based Mark Kemple and Atlanta’s resident ERISA and employee benefits and executive compensation expert Todd Wozniak. Philadelphia’s James Boudreau leads the class and collective action group and is handling a series of FLSA and Pennsylvania state law putative nationwide collective actions for Tenet Healthcare relating to automatic meal break deductions and overtime compensation. New hires include McLean-based Ronda Esaw from McGuireWoods LLP and Houston’s Shira Yoshor, formerly of Baker Botts L.L.P.. John Richards was promoted to shareholder in Atlanta.

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Labor-management relations
Labor-management relations - ranked: tier 3

Greenberg Traurig, LLP

Greenberg Traurig, LLPachieves a trifecta of quality, efficiency and availability’ in matters including corporate campaigns, union organizational opposition, and enforcing collective bargaining agreements. Jerrold Goldberg in New York provides ongoing advice to Anbang Insurance following its acquisition of the Waldorf Astoria New York, and recently handled contractual issues between the company and the New York Hotel Trades Council. Whole Foods Market, Time Inc. and Republic Services are other clients. In Boston, Justin Keith, who made shareholder, earned praise alongside managing shareholder Terence McCourt for possessing ‘in-depth knowledge of the law’. Jonathan Sulds, Joseph Fleming, Charles Birenbaum and Erik Rodriguez, who work in New York, Miami, San Francisco and Atlanta respectively, are well regarded. Arturo Ross recently joined in Miami from Littler Mendelson, P.C..

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Workplace and employment counseling
Workplace and employment counseling - ranked: tier 3

Greenberg Traurig, LLP

The ‘extremely responsive and client-focusedGreenberg Traurig, LLP provides day-to-day advice to employers on compliance, training, ADA issues, workplace safety and environmental laws, and on drafting employment agreements. Washington DC’s Johnine Barnes represented Bayhealth Medical Center in a disability discrimination and wrongful termination suit and continues to advise the client on a number of matters. Wolverine World Wide, AARP and The Hillsborough County Civil Service Board are other clients. Kelly Dobbs Bunting in Philadelphia ‘provides valuable advice’ and comes highly recommended along with New Jersey’s Wendy Johnson Lario and Kristine Feher. ‘Go-to’ Atlanta attorney John Richards was promoted to shareholder and new hires include Shira Yoshor and Patrick Martin, who joined in Houston and Miami from Baker Botts L.L.P. and Littler Mendelson, P.C. respectively.

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United States: M&A/corporate and commercial

M&A: large deals ($1bn+)
M&A: large deals ($1bn+) - ranked: tier 7

Greenberg Traurig, LLP

Greenberg Traurig, LLP is regularly engaged in big-ticket M&A in addition to a sizeable volume of mid-market deals. The firm represents a range of US-based and overseas corporates, and has a flourishing practice on behalf of financial advisers, thanks in part to the profile of New York-based David Schwartzbaum. In 2015, Schwartzbaum advised Blackstone Advisory Partners, as lead financial adviser to packaging business Rock-Tenn Company, on Rock-Tenn’s $16bn merger with MeadWestvaco Corporation. He also represented JPMorgan Chase, as sole financial adviser to PetSmart, in relation to PetSmart’s $8.7bn sale to a private equity consortium led by BC Partners. In the corporate sphere, the firm advised Platform Specialty Products on its $3.5bn acquisition of Arysta LifeScience, and represented Teva Pharmaceuticals in its $2.3bn acquisition of Mexican drug company Representaciones e Investigaciones Médicas. Healthcare, life sciences and pharmaceuticals are key sectors for the firm, as are gaming, media and entertainment, real estate and transport. Dennis Block is the senior chairman of the firm’s global M&A practice and a big name in the market, as are Chicago’s Peter Lieberman and Miami-based global corporate and securities chair Gary Epstein.

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United States: Real estate and construction

Construction (including construction litigation)
Construction (including construction litigation) - ranked: tier 2

Greenberg Traurig, LLP

New Jersey-based Robert Epstein and Phoenix-based Jeffrey Walsh head the 47-partner team at Greenberg Traurig, LLP, which provides an ‘exemplary service on all matters, from contractual review to full-blown litigation’. The team advises private and public owners, developers, funding companies and large contractors, including the likes of EnviroFinance Group and AECOM. Recent work includes Epstein representing the Dormitory Authority of the State of New York against multiple claims by contractors and sureties worth many millions, and Michael Burnett representing Troy Construction in AAA arbitration proceedings relating to an EPC contract for the construction of a gas storage facility in Wyoming - $78m is at stake. Elsewhere, the ‘extremely activeRobert Brams is managing the transactional aspects of the $350m development of multiple cancer treatment centers in the Middle East, Mexico and China for Acacia Health Group and defending. Brams, based in Washington DC, is also serving as construction counsel to Amstar in the $300m-plus Zlota 44 residential project in Poland. Christopher Barnett and Michael Thomas joined the firm from Stearns Weaver Miller Weissler Alhadeff & Sitterson PA, and Mark Grantham joined in Atlanta following his departure from DLA Piper LLP (US). William Wray went to Holley, Driggs, Walch, Fine, Wray, Puzey & Thompson and Benjamin Tymann left to open his own practice, Tymann LLC - Law & Compliance.

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Land use/zoning
Land use/zoning - ranked: tier 2

Greenberg Traurig, LLP

Based across its offices in Florida and New York, Greenberg Traurig, LLP’s land development department acts for landowners, joint venture partners and entrepreneurs on the land use and zoning issues relating to a wide range of real estate projects. Miami-based Iris Escarra is leading work for developer Moishe Mana regarding a 30-acre redevelopment project in Miami’s Wynwood Art District. The former general counsel and head of development at Stiles Development, Denny O’Shea, recently joined the Fort Lauderdale office. In New York, Jay Segal and Nick Hockens are recommended.

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Real estate
Real estate - ranked: tier 1

Greenberg Traurig, LLP

Greenberg Traurig, LLP stands out for its ‘tremendous footprint’, drawing on a network of 29 US offices to handle work across the full range of sectors, including office, mixed use, retail, affordable housing and hospitality. In New York, the highly regarded Robert Ivanhoe is co-chair of the global practice and led a team that acted for Anbang Insurance Group in the $1.9bn purchase of the Waldorf Astoria New York hotel. While Ivanhoe’s team was particularly active on significant dirt deals, his fellow co-chair, Chicago-based Corey Light, was involved in a number of high-value corporate transactions, including representing Albertsons in the $9bn acquisition of Safeway and advising Kimco Realty on the $925m acquisition of the remaining interest in the 39-property Kimstone portfolio from Blackstone Real Estate Partners VII. The practice also has significant numbers in Miami, where Richard Guisto acted for long-time client Invesco Real Estate in its $1.2bn sale of 230 Park Avenue building in New York to RxR Capital Holdings.

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Robert Ivanhoe - Greenberg Traurig, LLP

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Real estate investment trusts (REITs)
Real estate investment trusts (REITs) - ranked: tier 3

Greenberg Traurig, LLP

The team at Greenberg Traurig, LLP provides advice to clients in the real estate business on capital market transactions, M&A, construction, development, disposition and financing activities. Recently, it assisted SL Green Realty with its $2.25bn acquisition of 11 Madison Avenue. It also acted for Kimco Realty in its acquisition of the remaining 66% interest in the 39-property Kimstone portfolio from its joint venture partner, a subsidiary of Blackstone Real Estate Partners VII; the portfolio consists of 5.6m sq ft of shopping centers and power centers in New York, Virginia, Texas, Florida, California and Maryland. New York-based practice chair Judith Fryer is praised as ‘an institution in the REIT area since its inception’. Other clients include General Growth Properties, Strategic Hotels & Resorts and Raymond James.

Leading lawyers

Judith Fryer - Greenberg Traurig, LLP

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United States: Tax

International tax
International tax - ranked: tier 4

Greenberg Traurig, LLP

Greenberg Traurig, LLP advises on tax efficient operations, structures and financings. Practice chair Mary Voce is based in New York and is ‘very experienced’, and in Miami, Seth Entin handles federal income tax matters and Ozzie Schindler advises on international tax planning for private and corporate clients. Robert Simon, who splits his time between the Washington DC and Denver offices, and New York-based Kenneth Zuckerbrot, deliver advice on both inbound and outbound transactions.

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US taxes: contentious
US taxes: contentious - ranked: tier 5

Greenberg Traurig, LLP

Barbara Kaplan chairs the nine-member tax audits and litigation group at Greenberg Traurig, LLP. The team has recently represented numerous clients in federal tax examinations prompted by treaty disclosures of offshore activity to the IRS, as well as in federal tax audits, IRS appeals conferences, trust fund recovery penalty cases and transferee liability and collection cases. Scott Fink and Charles Simmons are some of the key figures.

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