- Banking, Lending and Finance
- Commercial and Business Litigation
- Construction Law
- Creditor’s Rights and Foreclosures
- Criminal Defense
- Employee Benefits Law
- Employment Law for Employers
- Estate and Trust Litigation
- Healthcare Law
- Infringement Litigation
- Insurance Defense
- Intellectual Property
- Labor Law
- Planning and Zoning
- Real Estate Law
Once again, McBrayer has been ranked among the nation’s top law firms by U.S. News – Best Lawyers® in America, achieving recognition for 27 practice areas in their “Best Law Firms” publication for 2022.
McBrayer’s Lexington office received Metropolitan Tier 1 rankings in Commercial Litigation, Criminal Defense: White Collar, Health Care Law, Land Use & Zoning Law, Litigation – Insurance, Litigation – Real Estate, Litigation – Trusts & Estates, and Real Estate Law. The Louisville office was recognized at the Metropolitan Tier 1 level for Trademark Law and Litigation – Intellectual Property.
On the Metropolitan Tier 2 level, the Lexington office was recognized for Criminal Defense: General Practice, Employment Law – Management, Insurance Law, and Utilities Law. Louisville achieved rankings at this level for Commercial Litigation, Employee Benefits (ERISA) Law, Employment Law – Management, and Litigation – Labor & Employment.
Finally, at Metropolitan Tier 3, Lexington was ranked for Bankruptcy and Creditor Debtor Rights / Insolvency and Reorganization Law, Construction Law, Litigation – Banking & Finance, Litigation – Bankruptcy, and Litigation – Labor and Employment. Louisville was recognized at this level for Employment Law – Individuals, Insurance Law, Labor Law – Management, and Litigation – Insurance.
“We are honored to have achieved this high ranking on this list once again,” said Managing Member James H. Frazier, III. “Our attorneys and staff work hard each and every day to provide the best possible service for our clients and our community. This well-earned distinction reflects our ongoing commitment to uphold that standard of service in the years to come.”