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Chambers USA 2011 Recognizes Lerch Early in Corporate, Health Care, Litigation and Real Estate

Chambers USA 2011: America's Leading Lawyers for Business

June 2011 -- "An impressive firm," is how Chambers USA 2011: America's Leading Lawyers for Business characterizes Lerch, Early & Brewer. Lerch Early was recognized in Maryland in the areas of Corporate/M&A (Ranked 3), Health Care (Ranked 3), Litigation: General Commercial (Ranked 3) and Real Estate (Ranked 2).

Lerch, Early & Brewer is the only Montgomery County firm and the only firm of fewer than 125 attorneys to be recognized in multiple categories.

In addition to these firm-wide rankings, the following attorneys were individually recognized:

Robert G. Brewer, Jr. in Real Estate: Land Use (Ranked 1). Chambers says he "is highly admired in Montgomery County for his experience in land use and zoning matters. Sources say he is 'an excellent lawyer who is very responsive and capable.' " 
 
Lauri E. Cleary in Litigation: General Commercial (Ranked 3). Chambers sources say she "is very pragmatic and gets excellent results."

Sigrid Haines in Health Care (Ranked 3). Chambers says she is "vastly experienced in serving as hospitals' general counsel and in guardianship matters" and that she is characterized as "effective, knowledgeable and terrific."
 
Stanley J. Reed in Litigation: General Commercial (Ranked 3). According to Chambers, Stan is "an experienced litigator in complex civil and criminal matters." 
 
Raymond J. Sherbill in Corporate/M&A (Ranked 4). Chambers writes that Ray "is particularly praised for his business acumen, as well as his knowledge of the law. Sources say he is 'very quick, responsive and straightforward.'"

Chambers USA conducts interviews and independent research to develop its lists of lawyers and law firms, which are ranked in bands from 1-6, with 1 being the highest. To read the complete reviews, visit www.chambersandpartners.com.
 

 

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