McGuireWoods earned recognition for its U.S. energy regulatory and transactional work as well as its banking and finance, restructuring, and labor and employment capabilities in Chambers and Partners’ 2023 Global Guide. In addition, nine partners attained individual rankings based on feedback from clients and practitioners.
Chambers again ranked McGuireWoods in the Energy: Electricity (Transactional) and Energy: Electricity (Regulatory & Litigation) categories, reflecting the depth and breadth of the firm’s experience in both areas. Deputy managing partner Joanne Katsantonis and partners Julia English, Brian Kelly, Todd Mullins and Noel Symons achieved individual rankings and praise from respondents interviewed by Chambers researchers.
The Chambers guide lauded McGuireWoods’ energy team for its “industry experience and expertise.”
“They understand the interaction between policy regulations and transactional matters,” Chambers reported, adding that the team’s lawyers “are very commercial” and able to “understand their clients’ needs and get to that solution.”
McGuireWoods also was ranked in the Projects: Power & Renewables: Transactional category and partner Michael Woodard earned an individual ranking in the same practice area. Partner Timothy Callahan was ranked in the Projects: Renewables and Alternative Energy Category.
The firm again received a practice ranking for Labor & Employment and Daniel Peyton, managing partner of McGuireWoods’ London office, earned an individual ranking in the same category. McGuireWoods also earned practice rankings for Banking & Finance and Bankruptcy/Restructuring.
Partner Eric Snyder received an individual practice ranking for Corporate Crimes & Investigations (Latin America – International Counsel).