Five BuckleySandler Partners Named to Washingtonian's 2011 "Best Lawyers" List
November 30, 2011
Washington, DC (November 30, 2011) – BuckleySandler LLP is honored to have five partners named in Washingtonian magazine’s 2011 “Best Lawyers” list. Andrew L. Sandler, Jeremiah S. Buckley, Benjamin B. Klubes and Joseph M. Kolar were named as “Stars of the Bar” in the area of Banking and Financial Services and partner David S. Krakoff was named as a “Star of the Bar” in the area of White Collar Defense. Sandler, the firm's Chairman and Executive Partner, was also recognized as one of DC’s 30 “Superstar” lawyers. The Washingtonian’s “Best Lawyers,” which is available in the December 2011 issue, highlights “the very best in legal talent” within the Washington, DC area.
Sandler was recognized for the leading role he has played in helping financial services companies navigate complex litigation and government investigations and for his work for company boards facing regulatory examinations and enforcement actions by federal bank regulatory and enforcement agencies.
Sandler, Buckley, Klubes, and Kolar were highlighted as “elite financial services lawyers” who help their clients “defend their practices and understand new regulations.” Krakoff, co-head of the firm's White Collar practice, was recognized as a “preeminent white-collar defender” and as one of Washington’s best legal minds in the area of white-collar defense.
About BuckleySandler LLP: With over 150 lawyers in Washington, DC, Los Angeles, and New York, BuckleySandler provides best-in-class legal counsel to meet the challenges of its financial services industry and other corporate and individual clients across the full-range of government enforcement actions, complex and class action litigation, and transactional, regulatory, and public policy issues. The Firm represents many of the nation's leading financial services institutions. "The best at what they do in the country." (Chambers USA). Online: www.buckleysandler.com / Twitter: https://twitter.com/BuckleySandler.