Sixteen Arnall Golden Gregory Attorneys Listed in 2015 Chambers USA Guide

ATLANTA – The newly released 2015 Chambers USA Guide lists 16 Arnall Golden Gregory attorneys and five practices for providing outstanding service. A sixth practice was honored for being a “recognized practitioner.”

Darryl S. Laddin, who leads Arnall Golden Gregory’s Bankruptcy, Creditors’ Rights and Financial Restructuring Practice, is a new addition to the 2015 Chambers guide. He previously was ranked from 2007-10. Mr. Laddin has a national practice that focuses on a broad range of commercial, litigation and bankruptcy matters.

Jay I. Solomon, a founding member of the National Consortium of Immigration Law Firms (Immlaw™), merged his immigration practice of 40 years into Arnall Golden Gregory’s Immigration and Global Migration Practice on Feb. 1. He has been ranked by Chambers since 2006.
Other ranked attorneys are:


    • Jason E. Bring – Mr. Bring represents nursing homes, hospitals, hospice providers and other institutional providers in litigation, governmental investigations, regulatory compliance and administrative disputes.


    • Scott A. Fisher – Mr. Fisher focuses his practice on the representation of developers, owners and investors in the structuring and closing of commercial real estate transactions and joint ventures.


    • Jonathan Golden – Mr. Golden, chairman of Arnall Golden Gregory, practices primarily in the areas of Corporate and Mergers & Acquisitions. His clients include publicly held and private companies in the technology, healthcare, distribution and retail industries.


    • Cleburne E. “Greg” Gregory III – Mr. Gregory represents clients in the tax aspects of mergers and acquisitions and works extensively in almost all aspects of domestic corporate, partnership and S corporation taxation, as well as the taxation of specialized entities such as REITS. He chairs the Tax practice.


    • Glenn P. Hendrix – Mr. Hendrix practices in the areas of commercial and administrative dispute resolution, including litigation, arbitration, and administrative appeals. He is managing partner of the firm.


    • Ashley Steiner Kelly – Ms. Kelly focuses her practice on counseling and training employers and representing them in discrimination, restrictive covenant, wage and hour, employment contract, ERISA and other employee benefits litigation.


    • Alan G. Minsk – Mr. Minsk advises pharmaceutical, biologic, medical device, cosmetic and food companies on regulatory and other legal matters relating to the FDA and the DEA, and serves as general counsel of PDMA Alliance Inc., a pharmaceutical trade organization. He leads the Food and Drug practice.


    • Henry M. Perlowski – Mr. Perlowski counsels employers in complex organizational restructurings; defends them in executive contract, discrimination, wage and hour, and ERISA and employee benefits litigation; and represents companies and executives in all forms of competition, fiduciary duty and trade secrets disputes. He chairs the Employment practice.


    • Robert L. Rothman – Mr. Rothman’s practice focuses on assisting clients in evaluating complex business disputes, whether through negotiation, alternative dispute resolution or litigation.


    • Hedy Silver Rubinger – Ms. Rubinger represents healthcare providers on issues related to operations, regulatory compliance, certificates of need, managed care, reimbursement, change of ownership and employment. She chairs the Healthcare practice.


    • H. Carol Saul – Ms. Saul’s practice focuses on regulatory counseling for hospitals, academic medical centers, physical therapy, and home and community-based services providers.


    • Teri A. Simmons – Ms. Simmons leads the Immigration and Global Migration practice and the German Business practice. She focuses her practice on the management of legal services supporting foreign-owned business entities and individuals investing in the United States.


    • Philip G. Skinner – Mr. Skinner represents owners, developers, investors, landlords and tenants in the acquisition, joint venture, development, financing and leasing of all types of commercial real estate.


  • John C. Spinrad – Mr. Spinrad advises clients with regard to environmental due diligence and structuring corporate and real estate transactions to minimize or apportion environmental liabilities. He also provides counsel on environmental permitting and enforcement issues. Mr. Spinrad chairs the Environmental practice.


The five Chambers ranked practices are Healthcare, Immigration, Labor & EmploymentLitigation: General Commercial and Real Estate.

Bankruptcy/Restructuring is listed as a “recognized practitioner.”

About Arnall Golden Gregory LLP

Arnall Golden Gregory, with more than 150 attorneys in Atlanta and Washington, DC, employs a “business sensibility” approach, developing a deep understanding of each client’s situation in order to find a customized, cost-sensitive solution. A past honoree on The National Law Journal’s prestigious Midsize Hot List, the firm advises on corporate, litigation, regulatory and immigration matters for numerous industries, including real estate, business services, healthcare, life sciences, logistics and transportation, franchising, information services, energy, and manufacturing. AGG is a solutions partner that subscribes to the belief “not if, but how.”


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