Caplin & Drysdale Lawyers Improve Their 2017 Chambers' Rankings

06.02.2017
Chambers USA
Awards & Rankings

Caplin & Drysdale’s Scott D. Michel (Tax: Controversy) and Matthew T. Sanderson (Government: Political Law) move up the rankings in Chambers USA for 2017, while Cono R. Namorato and H. David Rosenbloom maintain their “Senior Statesmen” status in Tax, Tax: Controversy, and Tax: Fraud. Mr. Rosenbloom is also ranked “Senior Statesmen” in Chambers Global for Tax: International Tax.

The Firm’s Tax Controversy Team is praised for its “first-rate work” and collaborative approach with clients: “They are very responsive to clients and very collaborative in the way they work.” Caplin & Drysdale lawyers “have a broad and deep understanding of political law, and are helpful to the client in realizing their objectives.” And with regards to Caplin & Drysdale’s Bankruptcy Group, known for their experience in handling complex bankruptcies, a source commented on their "tremendous and really impressive depth."

Attorney Rankings

Full Name

Location

Practice Area

Band

Patricia Gimbel Lewis

District of Columbia

Tax

3

Mark E. Matthews

Nationwide

Tax: Fraud

1

Scott D. Michel

District of Columbia

Tax

2 (previously Band 3)

Scott D. Michel

Nationwide

Tax: Fraud

1

Cono R. Namorato

Nationwide

Tax: Fraud

Senior Statesmen

Trevor Potter

Nationwide

Government: Political Law

2

Christopher S. Rizek

District of Columbia

Tax

3

Christopher S. Rizek

Nationwide

Tax: Controversy

2

H. David Rosenbloom

District of Columbia

Tax

Senior Statesmen

H. David Rosenbloom

Nationwide

Tax: Controversy

Senior Statesmen

H. David Rosenbloom

Chambers Global

Tax: International Tax

Senior Statesmen

Charles M. Ruchelman

District of Columbia

Tax

4

Matthew T. Sanderson

Nationwide

Government: Political Law

3 (previously “Up and Coming”)

Richard W. Skillman

District of Columbia

Tax

4

Trevor W. Swett III

District of Columbia

Bankruptcy/Restructuring

4

Firm Rankings

Location

Practice Area

Band

Nationwide

Government: Political Law

2

Nationwide

Tax: Controversy

3

District of Columbia

Tax

2

District of Columbia

Bankruptcy/Restructuring

3

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