Rhoades McKee is pleased to announce that its Commercial Litigation Team is again ranked by Chambers and Partners for its representative work for 2021. Rhoades McKee is among only 11 other Michigan law firms ranked. According to Chambers, Rhoades McKee’s team is known as a “Grand Rapids-centered litigation group focusing on financial and accounting disputes, professional negligence actions, non-compete cases, and shareholder disputes.” As reported by interviews completed, the commercial litigation team “is aggressive when necessary and they generally have taken a lean, practical approach to the litigation strategy,” further adding that “the attorneys are always prompt, professional, and responsive.”
In addition, Rhoades McKee attorney Paul McCarthy was named one of only two West Michigan attorneys ranked by Chambers and Partners for work completed in Commercial Litigation. According to the Chambers and Partners published report, McCarthy is “an excellent lawyer and leader of the firm – his judgment and advice have been spot on. He approaches litigation practically with an eye toward results.”
“Our litigation attorneys are honored to once again be selected and ranked with these other larger firms. Despite the challenges of the pandemic, our group continued to grow and achieve excellent results for our business clients, as recognized by Chambers,” stated Stephen Hulst, Litigation Practice Chair.
Ranking the best lawyers since 1990, Chambers and Partners employ 200 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 highlighted its unique capabilities in areas of finance, accounting, and business valuation.
Other members of the Commercial Litigation Team include David Bevins, Catherine Brainerd, Bruce Courtade, Patrick Drueke, Jackie Gordon, John Lichtenberg, Bruce Neckers, Ian Northon, Peter Rhoades, Jim Schipper, Mark Smith, Patrick Sweeney, Greg Timmer, and Mark Greidanus.More News Posts