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Davis Wright's Alaska Office Well-Recognized in 2010 Chambers USA Guide


Leadership Rankings Received for Several Attorneys and Practice Areas


ANCHORAGE, JULY 6, 2010 – In its eighth annual survey of the U.S. legal market, the prestigious legal directory Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business (2010) has recognized four of Davis Wright Tremaine’s practice areas and six attorneys as leaders in the Alaska legal market.

Davis Wright achieved the highest “band one” rankings in Alaska as a top firm in Corporate/M&A, Labor & Employment, and Real Estate; and the firm was also recognized among the top firms in General Commercial Litigation.

Six partners from the firm’s Anchorage office were recognized as top lawyers in their respective practice areas. They are:

Jon Dawson (Corporate/M&A and Real Estate)

James Juliussen (Labor & Employment)

Barbara Simpson Kraft (Corporate/M&A and Real Estate)

David Oesting (General Commercial Litigation)

Joseph Reece (Corporate/M&A and Real Estate)

Robert Stewart (Labor & Employment)

Beyond Alaska, the firm was recognized as a national leader in Energy, Healthcare, Wealth Management, First Amendment Litigation, Franchising Law, and Food and Beverage Law. Including Alaska, 33 practice areas and 93 attorneys from Davis Wright received recognition in the guide.

Published by Chambers & Partners, Chambers USA selects law firms and individuals based on research gathered through extensive in-depth interviews with in-house counsel, industry experts and leading private practice attorneys across the nation. For more information on Chambers USA listings, please visit www.chambersandpartners.com.

About Davis Wright Tremaine

Davis Wright Tremaine LLP is a national law firm with more than 500 lawyers representing clients based throughout the United States and around the world. For more information, visit www.dwt.com.

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