Meagher + Geer is proud to announce that it has again been ranked by Chambers & Partners, publishers of Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business, as one of the top law firms in the Minnesota. Our firm is recognized in Minnesota for Litigation: General Commercial.

Additionally, the following three Meagher + Geer attorneys been ranked by in Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business:

For the ninth consecutive year, Charles Spevacek has been ranked in Minnesota for his expertise in Litigation: General Commercial. Through Chambers & Partners’ research, he is particularly noted for his handling of insurance coverage disputes, including breach of contract, declaratory judgment and bad faith actions. His clients affirm that he has “a stellar reputation” in the insurance litigation arena.

Bill Hart has been recognized as an Eminent Practitioner in Minnesota for his expertise in Litigation: Appellate. Bill chairs the firm’s appellate practice group and has a notable focus on insurance coverage. In addition to a strong local presence, his experience extends to state and federal appeals courts across the USA.

Michael Hutchens has been ranked as a band three attorney in Minnesota for his expertise in Construction. Mike is a highly regarded litigator with notable experience representing engineers, architects and contractors in disputes. Through Chambers & Partners’ research, clients describe him as “An important player in the Minnesota construction industry.” His clients also comment that “He does an outstanding job for his clients in litigation.”

Chambers USA is a leading guide to the legal profession, and determines its annual rankings through confidential, in-depth interviews with clients and attorneys and an assessment of recent work. Attorneys are ranked in their respective practice areas on the basis of legal knowledge and experience, ability, effectiveness and client service. Law firm departments are ranked using these qualities, as well as effectiveness and capability of the department as a whole. More information on the rankings process can be found here.