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Legal 500 US Recognizes 21 Wiley Rein Lawyers Across Seven Practices Nationally

June 26, 2014

Washington, DC — In its 2014 edition, The Legal 500 US ranks seven Wiley Rein practices among the best in the country.  For the eighth consecutive year, Wiley Rein’s Telecommunications Practice was placed in the prestigious top tier for regulatory work. The firm’s Bankruptcy & Financial Restructuring, Copyright, Insurance, and International Trade groups once again earned national rankings. 

The firm was also recognized for its outstanding Supreme Court and Appellate work, with the Legal 500 noting “Wiley Rein’s recent Supreme Court track record is impressive, and the firm is particularly renowned for litigating complex points of constitutional law before the country’s highest courts.”

The legal directory once again names “universally respected” firm Chairman Richard E. Wiley and Telecommunications Group chair R. Michael Senkowski as “Leading Lawyers” in Telecoms and Broadcast: Regulatory.  Additionally, Mr. Wiley and Mr. Senkowski are recommended nationally for Telecoms and Broadcast: Transactional.

Also recognized are:

The Legal 500 US directory aims to provide independent, unbiased commentary on the leading law firms and lawyers in the most important legal marketplaces in the world. The research for the editorial sections is based on the combined opinions of the many lawyers interviewed, commentary from corporate clients, and analysis of deals and contentious issues.

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Maria Woehr Aronson
Director of Communications

Molly Peterson
Senior Communications Manager

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