GWB Named a Leading Law Firm for Business by Chambers USA
The law firm of Gallivan, White & Boyd, P.A. is pleased to announce the firm has been selected for inclusion in the 2013 edition of Chambers USA, Leading Lawyers for Business as a Leading Law Firm in Litigation: General Commercial. Additionally, Daniel B. White and John T. Lay were chosen as leading business attorneys in the field of Litigation: General Commercial.
White’s practice focuses on complex corporate and commercial litigation. He is former President of the South Carolina Bar and former Chairman of the SC Bar House of Delegates. White currently represents the SC Bar as a member of the American Bar Association House of Delegates, the ABA’s policy making body. He is state co-chair of the Litigation Counsel of America and is on the Charleston School of Law Board of Advisors. White is listed in Best Lawyers in America in five litigation fields and has received the South Carolina Super Lawyer recognition since the inception of the award.
Lay’s practice is focused on business litigation, professional malpractice, insurance bad faith and coverage, financial services litigation, and product liability. He is dedicated to serving the legal profession as a member of the International Association of Defense Counsel Board of Directors, the American Board of Trial Advocates, SC Chapter of American Board of Trial Advocates Board of Directors and Treasurer, and as a past president of South Carolina Defense Trial Attorneys’ Association. John T. is AV Rated in Martindale Hubbell, listed in Best Lawyers in America in three categories, and has been listed in South Carolina Super Lawyers since 2008.
Managing Shareholder, C. William McGee states, “These two well respected attorneys have earned this recognition as a result of a career of hard work and dedication to the legal profession. This is a well-deserved honor for each of them.”
Chambers and Partners have published its widely respected guides to the legal profession since 1990. Chambers uses a highly regarded team of qualified researchers to conduct interviews with lawyers and their clients. The researches use these interviews and other factors such as technical experience, business acumen, prompt delivery, and value for money to identify and rank lawyers worldwide.