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Mintz Attorneys and Practices Recognized By 2018 Legal 500 Guide

Boston, MA – The Legal 500 United States has recognized Mintz as a leading firm in the 2018 edition. The annual editorial guide highlighted nine Mintz L practice areas and thirty-two of the firm’s attorneys.


Mintz was ranked in the following practice areas:


  • Employment: Employee Benefits and Retirement Plans
  • Employment: Immigration
  • Finance – Restructuring/Bankruptcy
  • Industry Focus – Healthcare: Life Sciences
  • Industry Focus – Healthcare: Service Providers
  • Intellectual Property: Patent Litigation – International Trade Commission
  • M&A Corporate and Commercial – M&A: Middle-Market (sub-$500m)
  • M&A Corporate and Commercial – Venture Capital and Emerging Companies
  • Media, Technology, and Telecoms – Broadcast & Regulatory


The Legal 500 United States also inducted two Mintz Members into the 2018 Hall of Fame. The Hall of Fame honors attorneys who have received constant praise by their clients for continued excellence and are at the pinnacle of the profession. William W. Kannel, Chair of the firm’s Bankruptcy & Restructuring Section, and Susan J. Cohen, Chair of Mintz’s Immigration Section, were among the 2018 inductees. 


The following Mintz attorneys were recognized by The Legal 500 United States:


  • Susan W. Berson (Healthcare: Service Providers)
  • Alden J. Bianchi (Employee Benefits and Retirement Plans)
  • Sallye Clark (Telecom & Broadcast – Regulatory)
  • Tara M. Corvo (Telecoms & Broadcast: Regulatory)
  • Seth A. Davidson (Telecoms & Broadcast: Regulatory)
  • Daniel I. DeWolf (Venture Capital and Emerging Companies)
  • Charlotte J. Edelman (M&A: Middle-Market [sub $500M])
  • Michael L. Fantozzi (M&A: Middle-Market [sub $500M])
  • Angel Feng (Employment: Immigration)
  • Hope S. Foster (Healthcare: Service Providers)
  • Russel H. Fox (Telecom & Broadcast – Regulatory)
  • Matthew J. Gardella (M&A: Middle-Market [sub $500M])
  • Lewis J. Geffen (Venture Capital and Emerging Companies)
  • Craig A. Gilley (Telecom & Broadcast – Regulatory)
  • Jeremy D. Glaser (Venture Capital and Emerging Companies)
  • Ian A. Hammel (Restructuring/Bankruptcy [Municipal])
  • Christopher J. Harvie (Telecom & Broadcast – Regulatory)
  • Douglas Hauer (Employment: Immigration)
  • Brent L. Henry (Healthcare: Service Providers)
  • Jonathan L. Kravetz (Healthcare: Life Sciences)
  • Karen S. Lovitch (Healthcare: Service Providers)
  • Marc D. Mantell (M&A: Middle-Market [sub $500M])
  • Kevin R. McNamara (Employment: Immigration)
  • Patricia A. Moran (Employee Benefits and Retirement Plans)
  • Ari Z. Moskowitz (Telecoms & Broadcast: Regulatory)
  • Michael C. Newman (Intellectual Property: Patent Litigation – International Trade Commission
  • Michael T. Renaud (Intellectual Property: Patent Litigation – International Trade Commission)
  • William T. Whelan (Healthcare: Life Sciences)
  • James Wodarski (Intellectual Property: Patent Litigation – International Trade Commission)
  • Dean G. Zioze  (M&A: Middle-Market [sub $500M])


The Legal 500 is an independent guide that surveys and interviews more than 250,000 corporate counsel globally each year. The Legal 500 United States is the only guide to recommend firms on a national basis.

For more information about The Legal 500 United States 2018, please click here.