International law firm Dorsey & Whitney LLP announced today that 54 of its lawyers and 21 of its practices across nine of its U.S. offices were ranked by Chambers and Partners in its annual survey, Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business 2017. In addition to the practices in nine Dorsey offices that were ranked at the state level, the Firm’s Native American Law practice was ranked on the national level.

The following Dorsey lawyers were ranked individually or named as “Recognized Practitioners”(*) by Chambers in its latest guide:


Skip Durocher – Native American Law
Steven Khadavi – Capital Markets: Debt & Equity*
Mary Streitz – Native American Law

Robert Bundy – Litigation: General Commercial
Michael Mills – Corporate/M&A; Corporate/M&A: Bankruptcy
Richard Rosston – Corporate/M&A; Real Estate

Whitney Holmes – Corporate/M&A
Charlene Krogh – Intellectual Property
Lee Osman – Intellectual Property
Lisa Osman – Intellectual Property
Ken Sam – Corporate/M&A*
Gregory Tamkin – Intellectual Property
Tucker Trautman – Litigation: General Commercial

Des Moines
William Miller – Litigation: General Commercial
David Tank – Litigation: General Commercial

Sarah Herman – Labor & Employment; Litigation: General Commercial

Elizabeth Buckingham – Intellectual Property
Ken Cutler – Corporate/M&A
George Eck – Litigation: General Commercial
Laura Graf – Real Estate
LB Guthrie – Real Estate
Mark Hamel – Real Estate
Joe Hammell – Labor & Employment
Jocelyn Knoll – Construction
James Langdon – Litigation: General Commercial
Jay Lindgren – Real Estate: Zoning & Land Use
Michael Lindsay – Antitrust
John Marsalek – Corporate/M&A
Ryan Mick – Labor & Employment*
Marcus Mollison – Real Estate
Robert Olson – Real Estate
Matthew Ralph – Antitrust*
Melissa Raphan – Labor & Employment
Robert Rosenbaum – Corporate/M&A
Eric Ruzicka – Construction
Steve Wells – Litigation: General Commercial

Steve Bell – Litigation: General Commercial
Jack Manning – Corporate/M&A
Erin McCrady – Corporate/M&A
Dan Semmens – Corporate/M&A

New York
Sandra Edelman – Intellectual Property: Trade Mark & Copyright
Bruce Ewing – Intellectual Property: Trade Mark & Copyright

Salt Lake City
Alan Bell – Corporate/M&A
Bryon Benevento – Litigation: General Commercial
David Day – Corporate/M&A
Annette Jarvis – Litigation: General Commercial
Steve Marsden – Litigation: General Commercial
David Marx – Corporate/M&A
Wells Parker – Environment, Natural Resources & Regulated Industries
William Prince – Environment, Natural Resources & Regulated Industries
Marcus Simon – Intellectual Property
Nolan Taylor – Corporate/M&A

Chris Barry – Corporate/Commercial
Christopher Doerksen – Corporate/Commercial*
Michael Droke – Labor & Employment
Peter Ehrlichman – Litigation: General Commercial
Kimton Eng – Intellectual Property
John Hollinrake – Corporate/Commercial: Tax
Paul Meiklejohn – Intellectual Property

The following Dorsey practices were ranked or otherwise recognized (*) by Chambers in its latest guide:

Native American Law
Corporate/M&A: Highly Regarded*
Energy: Mining & Metals – Transactional*

Litigation: General Commercial
Real Estate

Intellectual Property

Des Moines
Litigation: General Commercial

Labor & Employment

Labor & Employment
Litigation: General Commercial
Real Estate

Litigation: General Commercial*

New York
Corporate/M&A: Highly Regarded
Intellectual Property: Trade Mark & Copyright

Salt Lake City
Environment, Natural Resources & Regulated Industries
Litigation: General Commercial

Intellectual Property

Chambers surveys and interviews clients and lawyers across the United States to determine which firms and attorneys are considered leaders in their field. Rankings assess key qualities in the legal field, including technical legal ability, professional conduct, client service, commercial astuteness, diligence and commitment.