From the Chambers USA America’s Leading Lawyers for Business
2006 Client’s Guide
The Firm: This is a litigation boutique whose size
belies the breadth of its capabilities.
Researchers received plenty of endorsements for a practice “well capable of taking on and beating the
best.” Much of the attorneys’ time
is spent representing large local companies and companies from outside the
state, that nevertheless, have a strong
The Lawyers: “One of the best attorneys you could go to,” Kelly Corr enjoys a hugely varied practice. Highlights of the year have included the continuing representation of Hearst in its ongoing battle with The Seattle Times. Corr was particularly commended for “conducting a very tight case.” He also represented the former chair and CEO of Metropolitan Mortgages in a class action securities fraud and grand jury investigations. An adept appeal attorney, Corr was also engaged in a significant trade secrets case involving the semiconductor industry where he prevailed in the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.
William Cronin’s practice focuses on securities and fiduciary litigation and insurance coverage litigation. Both lawyers are considered “devilishly effective strategists who always keep the goal in sight.”
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Copyright © 2006 Michael Chambers and Orbach and Chambers Ltd.