Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business, the nation’s most widely used legal services rankings guide, has ranked the highly touted Hahn Loeser Construction Law Team in its 2019 edition. This ranking is a recognition of the quality of the team’s attorneys and the team’s capabilities and effectiveness. Construction clients describe the team as “strong, courteous and respectful.” A client also added “They have a resource expert for nearly every situation we encounter.”

“It’s always an honor to know our attorneys and practice groups are held in high esteem by our clients and peers,” said Rob Remington, Chair of Hahn Loeser’s Construction Law Team. “I think this validates Hahn Loeser’s commitment to deliver the best client service and we will continue to seek ways to better serve our clients in Ohio and across the country.”

Additionally, two of the Construction Team’s attorneys have been designated as industry leaders in the state of Ohio for their technical legal skill, professional conduct and client service. Attorney Andrew J. Natale was ranked in Band 1, Chambers’  top-tier ranking, where it noted Natale is “very knowledgeable of the law and the construction industry and is experienced in many situations.” Remington also received a ranking in Band 3.

The firm was also ranked in Litigation: General Commercial (Ohio) as a client said, “They’re a really terrific firm; they have a talented a deep pool of really great litigators.” Being recognized as leaders in their fields were: Robert J. Fogarty, Steven A. Goldfarb, CEO Marc J. Kessler and Remington.

The firm’s Bankruptcy/Restructuring (Ohio) practice also earned a ranking in this year’s Chambers, with a client noting that the team is found to be “confident, experienced and incredibly efficient.” From the Bankruptcy/Restructuring group, Daniel A. DeMarco, Rocco I. Debitetto, Lawrence E. Oscar and Christopher B. Wick were noted as leaders in their field.

London-based publisher Chambers & Partners conducts research into the strengths and reputations of U.S. law firms by state, through in-depth interviews with peers and competing firm attorneys, in-house counsel and significant purchasers of legal services. Chambers has a staff of more than 100 full-time researchers who develop rankings of lawyers and practices based on written submissions provided by law firms, telephone interviews with clients and lawyers, and other resources. Inclusion in the guide is based solely on the research team’s findings.