Chambers USA has once again ranked Porter Hedges - nationally, in Texas, and in Oklahoma - among the leading firms in its 2017 law firm rankings. Eight practice areas and sixteen lawyers were ranked as follows:
Energy: Oil & Gas (Transactional) (Band 4)
“The team as a whole is extraordinary to work with, I get the small firm relationship with the resources of a large firm.”
Banking & Finance (Band 5)
“They have a good open line of communication and they’re very helpful if anything comes up with an old deal, or with a new deal.”
Bankruptcy/Restructuring (Band 3)
“Strong capability in the energy and healthcare sectors. Excels at contentious and noncontentious reorganizations, as well as matters arising in the oil and gas industries.”
Capital Markets: Debt & Equity (Band 4)
“Established firm that regularly represents issuers from the energy sector and underwriters across the spectrum of capital markets transactions.”
Construction (Band 1)
Porter Hedges’ Construction Practice is ranked for the 13th consecutive year, the most of any construction practice in Texas.
“Outstanding team noted for its handling of all aspects of construction projects in such areas as the commercial, energy and industrial fields. Strong litigation practice with additional experience in ADR proceedings.”
Construction: Alternative Dispute Resolution
Corporate/M&A (Band 5)
“It is a very good firm to work with – professional service for fair prices.”
Litigation: Energy & Natural Resources
Litigation: General Commercial (Recognized Practitioner)
Real Estate (Recognized Practitioner)
“He has years of experience in the deal-making trenches, a keen sense of the terms that drive value and the ability to provide sound advice on the navigation of difficult negotiations.”
To review the full firm results, click here.
The Chambers USA Guide is a comprehensive legal guide ranking firms and lawyers nationally and state-by-state. The Chambers rankings are based on feedback from in-house clients and legal peers. The ranking cover all major practice areas at the national level, as well as within each state. Chambers followed a comprehensive national strategy, surveying more than 10,000 interviews over a six-month period.