Chambers Global 2016 ranks six Venable attorneys and two practice groups

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The 2016 edition of Chambers Global featured rankings for six Venable attorneys and two practice groups. Ronald R. Glancz was ranked in Banking and Finance: Mainly Regulatory, Jeffrey S. Sabin was ranked in Bankruptcy/Restructuring, Richard E. Powers was ranked in Energy & Natural Resources, Lindsay B. Meyer was ranked in International Trade: Customs, and Stuart P. Ingis and Emilio W. Cividanes were ranked in Privacy and Data Security with Ingis earning Band 1 honors in his category. Additionally, the firm was also ranked for Energy: Oil & Gas (Regulatory & Litigation) and Privacy & Data Security.

In its editorial commentary, Chambers Global said Glancz is someone who is "very knowledgeable."

Sabin "is highly rated for his long-standing experience in handling matters such as workouts, Chapter 11 filings and distressed M&A."

Chambers Global highlighted Powers' work representing liquid pipeline shippers in regulatory litigation. One client said, "Dick's strengths are his ability to see the big picture and assemble and put forward a strong case."

One client source complimented Meyers for "Her ability to take a complex situation and explain it in layman's terms is outstanding."

According to clients, Ingis "not only knows where privacy is today but where it will be tomorrow," and "has good political instincts that help in guiding our political strategies on Capitol Hill." Cividanes is recognized for his "strong knowledge of key privacy and data security laws" and "excellent connections with the Federal Trade Commission."