Rhoades McKee is pleased to announce that Paul McCarthy was named one of only two West Michigan attorneys recognized as “Leaders in The Field” for work completed in Commercial Litigation.  According to the Chambers and Partners published report, McCarthy is extremely well prepared and detail-oriented – he always has a tremendous command of the facts. He maintains a strong reputation in the legal community, with particular expertise concerning shareholder and corporate governance disputes.”

Rhoades McKee’s Commercial Litigation Team was also ranked among only 11 other Michigan law firms for their representative work.  Nationally, only 6,695 law firms were selected for inclusion in the Chambers and Partners USA 2020 Edition.

According to interviews completed by Chambers, “It (Rhoades McKee) is excellent at litigation. It has a lot of talent at partner level and some very business-savvy attorneys.”

“We are honored that Chambers continues to recognize our team in the litigation area. We continue to expand our work into numerous areas of business and commercial litigation. In the past year, we had the opportunity to secure great results for our clients, including full judgment for a Michigan packaging manufacturer, releasing a former business owner from an excessive five-year non-compete agreement, and negotiating a fair and higher buyout for a client after a hostile corporate merger,” stated Stephen Hulst, Litigation Practice Chair.

Ranking the best lawyers since 1990, Chambers and Partners employs 150 full-time editors and researchers to evaluate law firms across the United States on a yearly basis by conducting telephone reference interviews and evaluating case summaries. Rhoades McKee submitted complex litigation cases that included unique capabilities in areas of finance, accounting and business valuation.

Other members of the Commercial Litigation Team include David Bevins, Bruce Courtade, Patrick Drueke, G. Will Furtado, Jackie Gordon, John Lichtenberg, Bruce Neckers, Ian Northon, James Schipper, Mark Smith, Gregory Timmer, and Patrick Sweeney.

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