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Eighty-three Mintz Attorneys And 34 Practices Recognized in Chambers USA 2022

BOSTON –Mintz revealed today that 83 attorneys and 34 practice areas have been recognized as leaders in their field in the 2022 edition of Chambers USA.

The recent attorney rankings represent a rise on the previous year when 69 Mintz lawyers were named in Chambers USA 2021. The firm was included in the following rankings for the first time:

  • Nationwide: Immigration
  • Nationwide: Life Sciences
  • Nationwide: Sports Law
  • Nationwide: Startup and Emerging Markets
  • California: Intellectual Property: Patent Prosecution
  • Massachusetts: Capital Markets
  • Massachusetts: Life Sciences
  • Massachusetts: Litigation: Securities

Mintz also moved up to Band 1 in Massachusetts: Energy & Resources and Massachusetts: Insurance. Eighteen Mintz attorneys were ranked Band 1, while 19 attorneys were included for the first time in the USA edition of the Chambers guide.

Meanwhile, Mintz Private Equity Co-Chair and Privately Held Business Chair, Kurt Steinkrauss, was ranked in Private Wealth Law in Massachusetts in the Chambers High Net Worth guide.

The following Mintz attorneys were ranked in Chambers USA 2022:


  • Bruce Sokler, District of Columbia

Banking and Finance: Public Finance

  • Meghan Burke, Massachusetts
  • Christie Martin, Massachusetts
  • Matthew Page, Massachusetts
  • Poonam Patidar, Massachusetts
  • Gregory Sandomirsky, Massachusetts


  • Daniel Bleck, Massachusetts
  • Eric Blythe, Massachusetts
  • Ian Hammel, Massachusetts
  • William Kannel, Massachusetts
  • Paul Ricotta, Massachusetts
  • Miyoko Sato, Massachusetts

Capital Markets

  • Megan Gates, Massachusetts
  • Jonathan Kravetz, Massachusetts


  • William Hill, Massachusetts
  • Kevin Mortimer, Massachusetts
  • Rebecca Raphaelson, Massachusetts
  • Samuel Tony Starr, Massachusetts

Corporate M&A

  • Matthew Gardella, Massachusetts
  • Jeremy Glaser, California
  • Matthew Tikonoff, Massachusetts
  • Dean Zioze, Massachusetts

E-Discovery and Information Governance

  • John Koss, Nationwide and Global

Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation

  • Alden Bianchi, Massachusetts
  • Andrew Bernstein, New York
  • Michelle Capezza, New York
  • Patricia Moran, Massachusetts

Energy & Natural Resources

  • Tom Burton, Massachusetts


  • Jeffrey Porter, Massachusetts


  • Susan Berson, District of Columbia
  • Dianne Bourque, Massachusetts
  • Deborah Daccord, Massachusetts
  • Hope Foster, District of Columbia
  • Laurence Freedman, District of Columbia
  • Ellen Janos, Massachusetts
  • Karen Lovitch, District of Columbia
  • Daria Niewenhous, Massachusetts
  • Stephen Weiner, Massachusetts


  • William Coffman, Massachusetts
  • Susan Cohen, Massachusetts and Nationwide
  • Douglas Hauer, Massachusetts
  • John Quill, Massachusetts


  • Marc Abrams, New York (Dispute Resolution)
  • Nancy Adams, Massachusetts
  • Suman Chakraborty, New York (Dispute Resolution)
  • Nicholas Cramb, Massachusetts
  • Deirdre Johnson, District of Columbia (Insurer)
  • Paul Kalish, Nationwide and District of Columbia (Dispute Resolution and Insurer)
  • Ellen MacDonald Farrell, District of Columbia (Insurer)
  • Kimberly Marrkand, Massachusetts

Intellectual Property

  • Lisa Adams, Massachusetts
  • Kenneth Jenkins, California (Patent Prosecution)
  • William Kezer, California (Patent Prosecution)
  • Michael Renaud, Massachusetts and Nationwide (IP and International Trade: Section 337)
  • Terri Shieh-Newton, California (Patent Prosecution)

Labor & Employment

  • Michael Arnold, New York
  • David Barmak, District of Columbia
  • Richard Block, New York and Spotlight Table (Labor & Employment and Labor Relations)
  • Corbin Carter, New York
  • Jennifer Rubin, California


  • Eoin Beirne, Massachusetts (White Collar Crime & Government Investigations)
  • Robert Bodian, New York (General Commercial)
  • Barry Bohrer, New York (White Collar Crime & Government Investigations)
  • Peter Chavkin, New York (White Collar Crime & Government Investigations)
  • Scott Ford, Massachusetts (General Commercial)
  • Jason Halperin, New York (White Collar Crime & Government Investigations)
  • Robert Popeo, Massachusetts (General Commercial)
  • Mark Robinson, Massachusetts (White Collar Crime & Government Investigations)
  • Todd Rosenbaum, New York (General Commercial)
  • David Siegal, New York (White Collar Crime & Government Investigations)
  • John Sylvia, Massachusetts (Securities)
  • Jason Vigna, New York (Securities)

Private Equity: Venture Capital Investment

  • Larry Naughton, Massachusetts

Real Estate

  • Daniel Gaquin, Massachusetts
  • Danny Guggenheim, California – Southern
  • Jennifer Kiely, Massachusetts
  • Rebecca Lee, Massachusetts (Zoning/Land Use)
  • Geoffrey Smith, Massachusetts

Sports Law

  • Keith Carroll, Nationwide
  • Anthony Mulrain, Nationwide (Sports Law and ESports)

Startups and Emerging Companies

  • Alexander Civetta, Nationwide
  • Larry Naughton, Nationwide


  • Julie Korostoff, Massachusetts
  • Dinesh Melwani, Massachusetts

Often referred to as 'the gold-standard', Chambers delivers insight and analysis on the global legal profession that is unrivaled in its reach and depth. Chambers independent research collects information about organizations, individuals, and the marketplace. In ranking leading lawyers and law firms, Chambers researchers and editors analyze the information gathered via submissions and client and lawyer interviews based on a set of main factors and considerations including technical legal ability, client service, depth of team, commercial vision and business understanding, diligence, and value for money. The complete Chambers USA 2022 Guide is available here.

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