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IFLR1000 United States Recognizes Holland & Hart Practices and Attorneys

Holland & Hart has been recognized in the 2019 edition of IFLR1000 United States, a guide to the leading financial and corporate attorneys and law firms at the state level in the U.S. Holland & Hart was ranked in five states and six lawyers were selected as leaders in their markets.

The firm has been recognized at the state level in the following practices:


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


  • Recommended – M&A


  • Recommended – Financial and Corporate


  • Tier 1 – M&A
  • Tier 2 – Real Estate


  • Recommended – Financial and Corporate

The following attorneys were recognized:

Chris Balch

  • Notable Practitioner – Colorado
  • M&A

Teresa Burkett Buffington

  • Highly Regarded – Wyoming
  • M&A; Real Estate Acquisitions; Real Estate Finance

Thomas Chandler

  • Highly Regarded – Idaho
  • Corporate and M&A

David Garcia

  • Highly Regarded – Nevada
  • Capital Markets: Debt; Capital Markets: Equity; M&A

Rochelle Rabeler

  • Highly Regarded – Colorado
  • M&A; Project Development; Energy Industry Sector

Lucy Stark

  • Notable Practitioner – United States
  • Capital Markets: Debt; Capital Markets: Equity; Private Equity

The 2019 IFLR1000 United States guide ranks U.S. attorneys and law firms at the state level in all 50 states and Washington, D.C. The 2019 edition expanded the ranking categories for the United States guide beyond the IFLR1000’s core practice areas of banking, capital markets, M&A, and restructuring and insolvency, by adding real estate practices. Rankings are based primarily on transactional evidence, but also consider client and peer feedback (where supported by deal evidence).


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