CHARLESTON -- Kay Casto & Chaney has announced that member attorneys William W. Booker, Craig M. Kay, Constance H. Weber and Stephen A. Weber were included in 2007 Chambers USA -- The Clients Guide of American's Leading Lawyers for Business.
The four are:
* Corporate Commercial/Banking & Finance: William W. Booker
* Corporate Commercial/Tax: Craig M. Kay
* Labor & Employment: Constance H. Weber and Stephen A. Weber
Chambers USA covers all the major practice areas at a national level, as well as key specialties within each state. Chambers & Partners, the publishers of Chambers USA, conduct client interviews to determine who is included on an annual basis. Editorial comment is based on its research, with quotations used when they sum up the prevailing opinion in the market.
The following has been exerted from 2007 Chambers USA
Under the Corporate Commercial heading:
Focused on banking and corporate law, "great transactional lawyer" William Booker of Kay Casto & Chaney PLLC wins respect as "an excellent draftsman" who "makes deals work toward a positive result." His "extremely capable and diligent" colleague Craig Kay is esteemed for his excellent grasp of estate planning.
Under the Labor and Employment heading:
Loyal clients are full of praise for this "highly reputable" practice that "does not fall short." "Well respected throughout the state," Stephen Weber is known for the "outsanding quality of his knowledge and research," and for his "methodical thinking, labor relations and listening skills." With "extremely strong advocacy skills," Constance Weber wins plaudits for "staying abreast of everything and sending updates in plain language."
According to its Web site, "The rankings and editorial comment about attorneys are independent and objective. Inclusion in this section of the guide is based solely on the research team's findings. No-one can buy their way in."