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June 1, 2022

Holland & Hart Receives 107 Individual and 39 Practice Rankings in Chambers USA 2022

Updated on 10/31/22

DENVER (June 1, 2022) – Holland & Hart LLP announced that it earned 107 individual and 39 practice rankings in the 2022 edition of Chambers USA, an annual guide that ranks the leading lawyers and law firms across the USA, reinforcing the firm’s leading presence in our eight-state footprint and in Washington, DC.

The firm was ranked nationally for the thirteenth consecutive year in the Environment practice, and for the fifth year in a row, the firm was nationally recognized in International Trade: Export Controls & Economic Sanctions, in 2022 listed as “highly regarded.” The firm also earned 20 Band 1 practice areas and ranked for the first time in Colorado for Banking & Finance and Energy & Natural Resources.

London-based Chambers & Partners publishes directories that assess and rank the world’s leading lawyers. Chambers USA rankings are the result of in-depth market analysis and independent research interviews with clients and other leading law firm lawyers.

To see the firm’s Chambers USA 2022 rankings, please click here.

2022 Individual Rankings

USA – Nationwide:

  • Jennifer Benda: Cannabis Law: Western United States
  • Rachel K. Gillette: Cannabis Law: Western United States
  • Steven W. Pelak: International Trade: Export Controls & Economic Sanctions
  • Thomas L. Sansonetti: Senior Statesperson, Native American Law


  • Michael Geraghty: Construction
  • Jon Katchen: Natural Resources & Environment
  • Kyle Parker: Natural Resources & Environment


  • Andrea Anderson: Intellectual Property
  • Christopher Balch: Corporate/M&A
  • Mike Beaver: Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation
  • Jennifer Benda: Tax
  • Brenda Berg: Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation
  • Kevin Bridston: Construction
  • Adam Cohen: Tax
  • William F. Colgin Jr.: Tax
  • Paige Coriden: Associate to Watch, Corporate/M&A
  • Chuck Cotter: Corporate/M&A
  • James M. Crowe: Up & Coming, Corporate/M&A
  • Nate Davis: Associate to Watch, Corporate/M&A
  • Rebecca W. Dow: Senior Statesperson, Real Estate
  • Michael Drapkin: Intellectual Property
  • Andrew A. Folkerth: Banking & Finance
  • Timothy P. Getzoff: Intellectual Property
  • Gregory E. Goldberg: Litigation: White Collar Crime & Government Investigations
  • Timothy Gordon: Construction
  • Chris Groll: Corporate/M&A
  • Steve Gutierrez: Labor/Employment
  • Sean Hanlon: Construction
  • James E. Hartley: Litigation: General Commercial
  • Scott Havlick: Intellectual Property
  • Rebecca Hudson: Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation
  • Arthur Hundhausen: Tax
  • John Husband: Labor/Employment
  • John Maxfield: Senior Statesperson, Tax
  • Brian Mumaugh: Labor/Employment
  • Matt Ochs: Bankruptcy/Restructuring
  • Marcus Painter: Real Estate
  • Peter J. Perla: Tax
  • Sarah Ritchey Haradon: Tax
  • Kevin Selzer: Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation
  • Elizabeth Sharrer: Senior Statesperson, Real Estate
  • Sandra Snodgrass: Environment
  • Lucy Schlauch Stark: Corporate/M&A and Energy & Natural Resources
  • Rachel Austin Supiro: Associate to Watch, Tax
  • Beat Steiner: Real Estate: Hotels & Leisure
  • Jeremy Syz: Up & Coming, Real Estate: Hotels & Leisure
  • Christopher Toll: Litigation: General Commercial
  • Roger Tsai: Immigration
  • Jill H. Van Noord: Up & Coming, Environment
  • Mark Wiletsky: Labor/Employment


  • Dean Bennett: Labor/Employment
  • Sara Berry: Associate to Watch, Litigation: General Commercial
  • Robert A. Faucher: Bankruptcy/Restructuring
  • Murray Feldman: Natural Resources & Environment
  • Gabriel Hamilton: Corporate/Commercial
  • William G. Myers III: Natural Resources & Environment
  • Claire Rosston: Up & Coming, Corporate/Commercial
  • Newal Squyres: Litigation: General Commercial
  • Erik Stidham: Litigation: General Commercial
  • Hilary Vaughn: Real Estate


  • Kyle Gray: Natural Resources & Environment
  • Charles Hingle: Corporate/M&A
  • Vicki Marquis: Associate to Watch, Natural Resources & Environment
  • William W. Mercer: Natural Resources & Environment
  • Elizabeth A. Nedrow: Labor/Employment


  • Bryce Alstead: Environment
  • Gian Brown: Corporate/Commercial
  • Douglas Flowers: Real Estate
  • David A. Garcia: Corporate/Commercial
  • Laura Granier: Environment
  • J. Stephen Peek: Litigation: General Commercial

New Mexico:

  • Michael Feldewert: Natural Resources & Environment
  • Larry J. Montaño: Litigation: General Commercial
  • Adam G. Rankin: Natural Resources & Environment


  • Carl Barton: Real Estate
  • Adrienne Bell: Real Estate
  • Blaine Benard: Litigation: General Commercial
  • Bryan Benard: Labor/Employment
  • David K. Broadbent: Real Estate
  • George M. Haley: Senior Statesperson, Litigation: General Commercial
  • Phil Harris: Up & Coming, Intellectual Property
  • Christopher R. Hogle: Litigation: General Commercial
  • Loren Hulse: Intellectual Property
  • Scott Karren: Intellectual Property
  • Eric G. Maxfield: Litigation: General Commercial
  • Kevin R. Murray: Natural Resources & Environment
  • Ashley Peck: Natural Resources & Environment
  • Todd Reece: Corporate/M&A
  • Greg Saylin: Labor/Employment
  • Emily Schilling: Natural Resources & Environment
  • Shawn Welch: Natural Resources & Environment
  • Jody Williams: Natural Resources & Environment
  • Matthew Wirthlin: Real Estate


  • Teresa Buffington: Senior Statesperson, Corporate/M&A and Real Estate
  • Bradley Cave: Labor/Employment
  • William F. Colgin Jr.: Litigation: General Commercial
  • Walter Eggers: Litigation: General Commercial
  • Paula Fleck: Labor/Employment and Litigation: General Commercial
  • Matthew Kim-Miller: Real Estate
  • Hugh J. O'Halloran: Real Estate
  • Evan Randall: Real Estate
  • Laurie Rogers: Associate to Watch, Labor/Employment
  • Megan Romano: Associate to Watch, Real Estate
  • Joe Teig: Litigation: General Commercial

2022 Band 1 Firm Practice Rankings:

  • Colorado: Construction
  • Colorado: Corporate/M&A
  • Colorado: Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation
  • Colorado: Labor & Employment
  • Colorado: Tax
  • Idaho: Corporate/Commercial
  • Idaho: Labor & Employment
  • Idaho: Litigation: General Commercial
  • Idaho: Natural Resources & Environment
  • Montana: Natural Resources & Environment
  • Nevada: Corporate/Commercial
  • Nevada: Environment
  • New Mexico: Natural Resources & Environment
  • Utah: Labor & Employment
  • Utah: Natural Resources & Environment
  • Utah: Real Estate
  • Wyoming: Corporate/M&A
  • Wyoming: Labor & Employment
  • Wyoming: Litigation: General Commercial
  • Wyoming: Real Estate

The Firm is also Ranked In:

  • USA – Nationwide: Environment
  • USA – Nationwide: International Trade: Export Controls & Economic Sanctions: Highly Regarded
  • Alaska: Natural Resources & Environment
  • Colorado: Banking & Finance
  • Colorado: Energy & Natural Resources
  • Colorado: Environment
  • Colorado: Intellectual Property
  • Colorado: Litigation: General Commercial
  • Colorado: Real Estate
  • Idaho: Bankruptcy/Restructuring
  • Idaho: Real Estate
  • Montana: Corporate/M&A
  • Montana: Labor & Employment
  • Nevada: Litigation: General Commercial
  • Nevada: Real Estate
  • New Mexico: Litigation: General Commercial
  • Utah: Corporate/M&A
  • Utah: Intellectual Property
  • Utah: Litigation: General Commercial

About Holland & Hart

Founded in 1947, Holland & Hart is a full-service Am Law 200 firm with offices in eight states and in Washington, D.C. 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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