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Lerch Early Ranked in Chambers USA 2010: Corporate, Health Care, Litigation & Real Estate

June 2010 -- "Ranked in Chambers USA 2010 Leading FirmThe attorneys at this firm meld together a high level of knowledge and a deep understanding of business issues, to produce outstanding service," say clients in the 2010 edition of Chambers USA 2010: America's Leading Lawyers for Business. 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) and Healthcare Maryland (Ranked 3). Chambers says he "has earned the respect of government officials and staff because of his 'logical, rational and reasonable' approach."
     
  • Lauri E. Cleary in Litigation: General Commercial (Ranked 3). Chambers quotes clients who say she is "a great litigator who isn't afraid to fight – she can be charming or forceful depending on what the situation calls for."
     
  • Stanley J. Reed in Litigation: General Commercial (Ranked 3). According to Chambers, Stan is "the guy you want on your side – he has the experience and the breadth of knowledge."
     
  • Raymond J. Sherbill in Corporate/M&A (Ranked 4). Clients praise him for his "keen commercial awareness" and "well-formulated and well-presented arguments."

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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