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Chambers USA Recognizes 29 Covington Lawyers

May 27, 2005

Washington, D.C., June 28, 2005 - Twenty-nine Covington & Burling lawyers practicing in fourteen fields and in each of the firm's U.S. offices were recognized as "leaders in their field" in this year's edition of Chambers USA - America's Leading Business Lawyers. The 2005 edition of Chambers USA, which was released online earlier today, attempts to identify the most skilled legal practitioners throughout the country based on the qualities most valued by clients.

The Covington practices and practitioners recognized by Chambers USA include Antitrust (James Atwood), Bankruptcy (Michael Baxter), Corporate/Commercial (Andrew Jack), Environment (Theodore Garrett), Healthcare (Peter Hutt), Insurance (Donald Brown, John Buchanan, Mitchell Dolin, Anna Engh, Saul Goodman, William Greaney, Robert Sayler, William Skinner), International Arbitration (Oscar Garibaldi, Eugene Gulland, Thomas Johnson), International Trade (Harvey Applebaum, Stuart Eizenstat, Peter Flanagan, Peter Trooboff), Litigation/Appellate (Robert Long), Litigation/General Commercial (Eric Holder, Aaron Marcu, Robert Sayler), Real Estate (Robert Gage), Sports (Andrew Friedman, Gregg Levy), Telecom, Broadcast & Satellite (Jonathan Blake), and Transportation/Rail (David Meyer, Linda Morgan). In order to see the Chambers USA text on those listed, please visit Chambers and Partners.

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