09/14/2018

Holland & Hart Ranked in 2018 IFLR1000 United States Guide

Holland & Hart has been recognized in the 2018 edition of IFLR1000 United States - a guide to the USA’s leading financial and corporate law firms, with practice rankings in two states and for three partners. While IFLR1000 has previously researched and covered the US at a national level, this is its first analysis of the financial and corporate law markets at a state level.

The firm has been recognized in the following US States:

  • Colorado: Financial and Corporate
  • Nevada: Financial and Corporate; M&A

Three partners were individually recognized for possessing a strong transactional record and being highly regarded in client feedback.

  • David Garcia – Highly Regarded in United States – Nevada: Capital Markets: Debt; Capital Markets: Equity; M&A
  • Chris Balch – Notable Practitioner in United States – Colorado: M&A
  • Lucy Stark – Notable Practitioner in United States: Capital Markets: Debt; Capital Markets: Equity; Private Equity

The 2018 IFLR1000 United States guide contains rankings for 25 key state jurisdictions, primarily based on transactional evidence and client and peer feedback. Categories include core practice areas of banking, capital markets, M&A, and restructuring and insolvency. Additionally, IFLR1000 has compiled a list of the top attorneys in the US, with rankings split between the national level and the state level. IFLR1000 compiles their rankings based on interviews with law firms and clients, and deal submissions from hundreds of US law firms.

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