Ball Janik LLP has been recognized in the Chambers USA 2017 guide in the areas of Real Estate, and Litigation: General Commercial. Two of the firm’s partners were recognized as leaders in their field in Oregon in the areas of Real Estate, Real Estate: Land Use/Zoning, and Litigation: General Commercial.
Chambers & Partners, publisher of the Chambers USA 2017 guide, is a directory of select U.S. lawyers and law firms.
Ball Janik is pleased to highlight that for the 10th consecutive year, Chambers USA has recognized our co-founder Steve Janik as an Oregon Real Estate Star Individual. This honor is designated for lawyers with “exceptional recommendations in their field.” Janik was also ranked in Real Estate: Zoning/Land Use, Oregon, Band 1. According to the Chambers USA guide, “Stephen Janik enjoys an outstanding reputation in the market and is described by sources as ‘the perfect negotiator’ and ‘a tremendously good lawyer.” Janik’s extensive real estate practice includes advising on financing and land use issues related to big-ticket residential and commercial developments.
Jim McDermott was ranked in Litigation: General Commercial, Band 2, Oregon. The Chambers USA guide notes that “The ‘superb’ James McDermott is applauded by sources for being a ‘strong advocate’ with ‘excellent judgment.’ He offers expertise relating to securities litigation, construction disputes and insurance coverage claims, among other matters.” McDermott’s areas of litigation expertise include construction, securities and insurance liability.
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