American Lawyer Media Highlights Lathrop Gage Commercial Litigators


American Lawyer
and Corporate Counsel magazines will distribute "The Best Lawyers Annual Guide to Commercial Litigation" to their combined readership in one month, and the 2010 edition of this will include Lathrop Gage among the line-up of top commercial litigation practitioners and law firms. The magazines will publish the findings of Best Lawyers' annual surveys of select attorneys in private practice and American corporations who were polled in 2009.

The "Commercial Litigation 2010" guide will also be featured on American Lawyer's web site ( and Corporate Counsel's web site. It will also be distributed at all American Lawyer Media events and industry trade shows through the end of 2010. Lathrop Gage attorney Brian Fries chairs the firm's General Business & Complex Commercial Litigation team, which boasts of 36 members from Los Angeles to New York.

The Lathrop Gage complex commercial litigation department has a national reputation for excellence in high-stakes, high-profile, complex business disputes. With trial attorneys in every office who are regularly involved in cases in courts across the country, the group possesses experience at efficiently managing large complex cases, assessing and developing viable themes and strategies, reaching efficient resolutions, and effectively presenting cases in the courtroom when necessary. Experience of the firm's litigators in the courtroom and their willingness to go to court and try cases before judges and juries is one hallmark for the group. When trial is not the goal, Lathrop Gage attorneys have extensive experience in alternative dispute resolution such as mediation, arbitration, and other dispute resolution techniques.

About Lathrop Gage:
A leading full-service law firm, Lathrop Gage LLP has 300 attorneys in 11 offices nationwide – from Los Angeles to New York. In 2010, Chambers USA ranked Lathrop Gage’s corporate, environmental, intellectual property, litigation, real estate and labor and employment teams among the best in their regions. For more information, visit


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