(CHICAGO) Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP announced today that 42 attorneys and nine practices in categories including Structured Finance, Environment: Litigation, Sport, Trademarks: Litigation, Alternative/Hedge Funds, Securities: Shareholder Litigation, M&A: Middle-Market, Real Estate and Domestic Tax were recognized as part of The Legal 500 United States 2015 guide. In addition, Henry Bregstein, global co-chair of Katten's Financial Services practice was selected for The Legal 500's elite "Leading Lawyers" list in the area of Investment Fund Formation and Management – Alternative/Hedge Funds.

"Katten's continued recognition in Legal 500 highlights the strength and diversity of our practices and demonstrates the excellent client service and leadership demonstrated by our attorneys," said Katten Chairman Vincent A.F. Sergi.

The following attorneys were recognized in The Legal 500 United States 2015 guide:

Finance – Structured Finance

  • Chris DiAngelo
  • Stephen Esko
  • Jonathan Goldstein
  • Anna-Liza Harris
  • John Keiserman
  • Howard Schickler
  • Joseph Topolski

Industry Focus – Environment: Litigation

  • Lily Chinn
  • Nadira Clarke
  • Charles Knauss
  • Steven Solow

Industry Focus – Sport

  • Michael Jacobson
  • Adam Klein

Intellectual Property – Trademarks: Litigation

  • Karen Artz Ash
  • Floyd Mandell

Investment Fund Formation and Management – Alternative/Hedge Funds

  • Barry Breen
  • Henry Bregstein
  • Jill Darrow
  • Jack Governale
  • Fred Santo
  • Lance Zinman

Litigation – Securities: Shareholder Litigation

  • Michael Diver
  • Christian Kemnitz
  • William Regan
  • Bruce Vanyo

M&A/Corporate and Commercial – M&A: Middle-Market

  • Brooks Giles
  • David Landau

Real Estate and Construction – Real Estate

  • David Bryant
  • David Dlugie
  • Alvin Katz
  • Kenneth Lore
  • Seth Madorsky
  • Ira Swidler
  • Mark Simon
  • Scott Vetri

Tax – Domestic Tax

  • Sheldon Banoff
  • Jill Darrow
  • Valentina Famparska
  • Zvi Hahn
  • Anna-Liza Harris
  • Matthew Hinderman
  • Glenn Miller
  • Saul Rudo

The Legal 500 series, now in its 28th year, assesses the strengths of law firms in 106 jurisdictions. Research is based on feedback from 250,000 clients worldwide, submissions from law firms and interviews with leading private practice lawyers and a team of experienced legal researchers. Legal 500 rankings are based on a series of criteria and highlight the practice area teams that are providing the most cutting-edge and innovative advice to corporate counsel.