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David Crandall and Rochelle Rabeler Named 2021 Barrister's Best by Law Week Colorado

Holland & Hart is pleased to announce Denver partners David Crandall and Rochelle Rabeler have been named to the 2021 Barrister’s Best list by Law Week Colorado. The annual Barrister’s Best list profiles top lawyers across Colorado in nearly 50 categories of legal practice, selected by their peers and by the Law Week Colorado editorial team.

David Crandall was named People’s Choice: Best Tax Lawyer.

“David Crandall got his start in tax law in 1987 and since then has assisted with more than 150 tax and estate plans for individuals and companies in the region. His extensive background working with large-scale corporations has lent to his overall success and he’s received a number of industry recognitions over the years,” Law Week Colorado noted.

Rochelle Rabeler was named People’s Choice: Best Mergers and Acquisitions Lawyer and Barrister’s Choice: Best Renewable Energy Lawyer.

“Rochelle Rabeler has appeared on our Barrister’s Best list each year since 2014. Rabeler’s robust experience in power purchase agreements has made her a leading attorney in M&A and a regular on our attorney recognition list,” Law Week Colorado’s feature shared. “Rochelle Rabeler makes her second appearance on our Barrister’s Best list. Her focus on renewable energy involves counseling developers, investors and independent power producers with energy projects throughout the U.S,” Law Week Colorado noted.

The full 2021 Barrister’s Best list was featured on October 25, by Law Week Colorado here.


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