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Lugenbuhl’s Bankruptcy Practice Recognized in Chambers USA 2022 Guide


06/07/2022

Lugenbuhl’s Bankruptcy, Restructuring & Creditors’ Rights practice has been selected for inclusion in the Chambers USA 2022 Guide. In addition, senior counsel Stewart F. Peck, managing shareholder Ben W. Kadden, and shareholder Alicia M. Bendana have been selected for inclusion in the upcoming guide, earning rankings in the Bankruptcy/Restructuring category.

Chambers identifies and ranks outstanding law firms and lawyers in more than 180 jurisdictions throughout the world. Legal rankings are based on in-depth market analysis and independent research where researchers spend several months carefully analyzing, researching, and conducting several thousands of hours of interviews with references. Below are some clients' comments collected during Chamber’s research:

"Their advice in steps to prevent bankruptcy and exit bankruptcy were very strong."

"Alicia is very good at working on bankruptcy litigation and adversarial work."

"Ben is an excellent lawyer."

"Stewart has an impressive reputation for his creditor-side representation." 

This marks the fourth year of inclusion for the firm’s bankruptcy practice. In addition to the rankings for the firm’s bankruptcy practice and individual bankruptcy attorneys, senior counsel Rose McCabe LeBreton and shareholder Delos Flint, Jr. have been selected for inclusion in the guide. LeBreton will be recognized in the Real Estate category and Flint in the Nationwide: Shipping, Transportation, Maritime Litigation category.

The firm and attorney rankings are listed in the guide when it is released in early June 2022. For more information about Chambers and its rankings, visit their website.

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