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Varela, Lee, Metz & Guarino, LLP Named a 2016 'Best Law Firm' by U.S. News - Best Lawyers

» Posted November 2, 2015News

Varela, Lee, Metz & Guarino is pleased to announce that it has been named by U.S. News - Best Lawyers as a "Best Law Firm" for 2016, achieving rankings both nationally and in the Washington, D.C. metro area in the categories of Construction Law and Litigation - Construction.

Firms included in the 2016 U.S. News Best Lawyers® Best Law Firms listing are recognized for professional excellence, quality law practice and breadth of legal expertise. Based on a rigorous evaluation process that includes the collection of client and lawyer evaluations, peer review from leading attorneys in their field, and review of additional information provided by law firms as part of the formal submission process, the listing honors firms that have consistently received impressive ratings from clients and peers.

Awards were given in 74 practice areas, while as many as 120 practice areas were covered on the metropolitan lists. To be eligible for a ranking, a firm must have a lawyer listed in The Best Lawyers in America, which recognizes the top four percent of practicing attorneys in the U.S.

Selected Client Comments

Litigation - Construction

"The lawyers at Varela, Lee, Metz & Guarino are all seasoned construction litigators that understand the particular nuances of construction disputes, of which there are many."

Construction Law

"The Varela, Lee, Metz & Guarino law firm is exceptionally knowledgeable in all facets of construction law; successfully advising my company on several matters before they matured into disputes. The partners have so much collective experience that, as a client, you know that your issue is being handled correctly, efficiently and with the input of many experienced lawyers."

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