(June 1, 2023) Chambers USA, the definitive resource for consumers of legal services in the U.S., today published its 2023 ranking tables that provide reliable and trusted recommendations to organizations seeking outside legal counsel. Munsch Hardt Kopf & Harr, P.C. (Munsch Hardt) is proud to announce that seven (7) of its practice groups and 14 attorneys are included in the Chambers USA 2023 guide.
“As a result of their demonstrated excellence in the legal space, our lawyers continue to shine in the Chambers USA rankings,” said Phil Appenzeller, CEO of Munsch Hardt. “We congratulate these deserving practices and individuals on this recognition, and are committed to continuing to provide our clients with the highest level of service and conduct.”
Ranked practices include:
Munsch Hardt’s Bankruptcy & Restructuring practice has been recognized by Chambers USA for more than 14 consecutive years.
Munsch Hardt’s Construction practice has been recognized by Chambers USA for five consecutive years.
- Corporate/Mergers & Acquisitions: Highly Regarded
This is the third consecutive year Munsch Hardt’s Mergers & Acquisitions practice has been ranked by Chambers USA, and the second year the practice has been listed in its “Highly Regarded” ranking class.
Munsch Hardt’s Healthcare practice has been recognized by Chambers USA for three consecutive years.
Munsch Hardt’s Immigration practice has been recognized by Chambers USA for five consecutive years.
- Litigation: General Commercial (Texas: Dallas, Fort Worth & Surrounds)
This is the first year Munsch Hardt’s Litigation practice has been ranked by Chambers USA – Texas.
- Real Estate
Munsch Hardt’s Real Estate practice has been recognized by Chambers USA for more than 14 consecutive years.
The following lawyers also received individual recognition from the directory:
Chambers USA, published by Chambers and Partners, ranks leading lawyers and law firms around the world based on in-depth market analysis and independent research. Attorneys are assessed based on legal ability, professional conduct, client service, commercial astuteness, diligence, commitment, and other qualities most valued by clients. Throughout the year-long evaluation process and across 200 jurisdictions, Chambers reviews written submissions and work highlights, conducts personal interviews and solicits client and peer feedback.