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Loeb & Loeb Receives Top Rankings in the 2021 Legal 500 U.S. Guide

Loeb & Loeb LLP is pleased to announce that the firm was once again recognized as a leading law firm in the 2021 edition of The Legal 500 United States, with 53 lawyers and 15 practice areas achieving recognition in the latest guide. Loeb & Loeb received top-tier rankings in the areas of Advertising and Marketing: Transactional and Regulatory; Copyright; M&A: Middle-Market; and Not-For-Profit (Nonprofit and Tax Exempt Organizations).

Eleven of the firm's practice areas received national rankings as premiere practices in the U.S., including Advertising and Marketing: Litigation; Outsourcing; Telecoms and Broadcast: Transactions; Cyber Law (including Data Privacy and Data Protection); Sports; Trademarks: Non-Contentious (including Prosecution, Portfolio Management and Licensing); Media and Entertainment: Litigation; Media and Entertainment: Transactional; U.S. Taxes: Non-Contentious; Real Estate; and Corporate Investigations and White-Collar Criminal Defense.

In addition, six of the firm’s partners were recognized in the “Hall of Fame;” four partners were named as “Leading Lawyers;” two partners were named as "Next Generation Partners;” and one senior counsel was named a "Rising Star" in their respective fields.

Hall of Fame:
Kenneth Florin (Advertising and Marketing)
Mitchell Nussbaum (M&A: Middle-Market)
Marcus Owens (Not-For-Profit)
Barry Slotnick (Copyright)
Akiba Stern (Outsourcing)
James Taylor (Advertising and Marketing)

Leading Lawyers:

Kenneth Adler (Outsourcing)
Scott Edel (Telecoms and Broadcast: Transactions)
Brian Heidelberger (Advertising and Marketing)
Jason Lilien (Not-For-Profit)

Next Generation Partners:
Diara Holmes (Not-For-Profit)
Alison Pollock Schwartz (Outsourcing)

Rising Star:
Sarah Schacter (Copyright)

The full list of Loeb practice areas and lawyers receiving national recognition in The Legal 500 United States for 2021 includes the following:

Advertising and Marketing: Transactional and Regulatory
Kenneth Florin
Brian Heidelberger
Nathan Hole
Melanie Howard
Seth Rose
James Taylor

Copyright:
Jim Curry
David Grossman
Melanie Howard
Sarah Schacter
Barry Slotnick
Jonathan Zavin

M&A: Middle-Market (Sub-$500M)
Ross Emmerman
Steven Hurdle
Arash Khalili
Barry Mehlman
Mitchell Nussbaum
Lloyd Rothenberg

Not-For-Profit (Nonprofit and Tax Exempt Organizations)
Leah Bishop
Diara Holmes
Jason Lilien
Marcus Owens
Stuart Tobisman

Advertising and Marketing: Litigation
Thomas Jirgal
David Mallen
Jason Stiehl

Outsourcing
Kenneth Adler
Benjamin Kabak
Alison Pollock Schwartz
Akiba Stern

Telecoms and Broadcast: Transactions
Marc Chamlin
Scott Edel
Carol Kaplan

Cyber Law (including Data Privacy and Data Protection)
Caroline Hudson
Jessica Lee
Robert Newman
James Taylor
Mercedes Tunstall

Sports
Brian Heidelberger
Arash Khalili
Douglas Masters
Seth Rose
Brian Socolow

Trademarks: Non-Contentious (including Prosecution, Portfolio Management and Licensing)
Melanie Howard
Douglas Masters

Media and Entertainment: Litigation
Tal Dickstein
David Grossman
Wook Hwang
Barry Slotnick
Jonathan Zavin

Media & Entertainment: Transactional
Roger Arar
Scott Edel
John Frankenheimer

Real Estate
Christopher Barbaruolo
Nichole Cortese
Steven Kornblau
Paul Rohrer
Raymond Sanseverino

U.S. Taxes: Non-Contentious
Ryan Austin

Corporate Investigations and White-Collar Criminal Defense
Andrew DeVooght
Joseph Duffy
Jeremy Margolis
Tiffany Moseley
Jay Musoff

To read the complete Loeb & Loeb profile and review the 2021 edition of The Legal 500 United States, please click here.

The Legal 500 rankings highlight the practice area teams who are providing the most cutting edge and innovative advice to corporate counsel. The annual research is based on feedback from clients worldwide, submissions from law firms and interviews with leading private practice lawyers. For more information about The Legal 500 United States, please click here.