Press Release

Chambers USA 2008 and Legal 500 United States Recognize A Number of Core Morrison & Foerster Practices


NEW YORK, June 25, 2008 –Chambers & Partners and Legal 500 released their 2008 USA rankings, recognizing Morrison & Foerster as among the top firms in the United States in a broad range of national practices. Chambers also recognized the firm’s Global Privacy and Data Security practice with an Award for Excellence at a ceremony in New York earlier this month.

In line with the firm's strategic emphasis, our Intellectual Property, Corporate M&A, Capital Markets, Litigation and Financial Services practices received national recognition from both Chambers and Legal 500. In addition, key practices in New York, Washington D.C., California, Colorado and Northern Virginia were also recognized. More than 60 partners were individually recognized. For details of Morrison & Foerster’s 2008 Chambers and Legal 500 Rankings in the firm's core practice areas or by region or by individual attorney, click on the links below:

Core Practice Areas

  • Intellectual Property (Chambers, Legal 500)
  • Corporate M&A (Chambers, Legal 500)
  • Capital Markets (Chambers, Legal 500)
  • Litigation (Chambers, Legal 500)
  • Financial Services (Chambers, Legal 500)

Other Recognized Specialties (Chambers, Legal 500)

National Rankings (Chambers, Legal 500)

Regional Rankings

  • New York (Chambers, Legal 500)
  • Washington, D.C. (Chambers)
  • California (Chambers, Legal 500)
  • Colorado (Chambers)
  • Northern Virginia (Chambers)

Attorneys (Chambers, Legal 500)





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