Hogan Lovells Partners Named as 2016 BTI Client Service All-Stars
08 February 2016
WASHINGTON, 8 February 2016 – Hogan Lovells is pleased to announce that partners John Booher, Elizabeth Donley, Michael Silver, and Michael Vernick were listed as “All-Stars” in the 2016 BTI Client Services All-Star report.
The report surveys general counsel from large and Fortune 1000 companies to identify the lawyers who display extraordinary client service, including exceptional understanding of the client's business, superior value, exceptional legal skills, and outstanding results. The 2016 BTI Client Services All-Star report, which is based solely on client feedback, can be viewed here.
Booher focuses his practice on the areas of U.S. and cross-border mergers and acquisitions, private equity and venture capital transactions, and general corporate and securities law counseling. Booher has extensive experience representing clients in several industries, including life sciences, healthcare, aerospace, government services, and technology.
Donley focuses her practice on U.S and cross-border mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, partnerships and strategic alliances, technology licensing transactions, and general corporate and commercial matters. She represents clients in a variety of industries, including industrials and consumer goods, aerospace, defense and government services, technology, energy, automotive, life sciences, and real estate and hospitality.
Silver, a member of the Hogan Lovells Global Board, advises clients on a wide variety of corporate and securities matters, including public and private mergers and acquisitions, debt and equity offerings, private equity and venture capital investing and corporate restructuring. His experience involves technology, manufacturing, insurance, health care, biotechnology, and consumer businesses. BTI previously named Silver a “Client Services All-Star” in 2002.
Vernick leads the Hogan Lovells Education Industry Sector Team, a multi-disciplinary group of attorneys providing a full array of legal services to public, private, and for-profit colleges and universities. His practice focuses on assisting colleges, universities, and other nonprofit institutions to respond to government audits, Justice Department False Claims Act investigations, and qui tam suits alleging the misuse of federal research funds.