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September 14, 2022

Holland & Hart Practices and Lawyers Recognized in IFLR1000 2022

Holland & Hart has been recognized by IFLR1000 2022 as a leader in the practice areas of Banking and Finance, Financial and Corporate, M&A, and Real Estate in five US states. Additionally, five individual lawyers were selected as leaders in their practices and markets. IFLR1000 is an annual guide that publishes practice area law firm rankings and lawyer ratings across more than 235 jurisdictions – national and regional – globally based on financial, corporate, and project development transactional work and client feedback.

Holland & Hart's recognized practice areas include:


  • Banking and Finance—Recommended
  • M&A—Tier 2


  • M&A—Recommended


  • Financial and Corporate—Recommended


  • M&A—Tier 1
  • Real Estate—Tier 2


  • Financial and Corporate—Recommended

The following individual attorneys were recognized:

Chris Balch (Colorado)

  • Notable Practitioner
  • M&A

David Garcia (United States, Nevada)

  • Highly Regarded—State
  • Capital Markets: Debt; Capital Markets: Equity; M&A

Rochelle Rabeler (Colorado)

  • Highly Regarded—State
  • M&A; Project Development; Energy Industry Sector

Lucy Stark (United States, Colorado)

  • Notable Practitioner
  • Capital Markets: Debt; Capital Markets: Equity; Private Equity

Ashley Wald (Colorado)

  • Highly Regarded—State
  • Project Finance

About Holland & Hart

Founded in 1947, Holland & Hart is a full-service Am Law 200 firm with offices in eight states and in Washington, DC. We deliver integrated legal solutions to regional, national, and international clients of all sizes in a diverse range of industries. For more information, visit


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