Robbins Geller Recognized as 2020 Elite Trial Lawyers in Securities Litigation, Consumer Protection, and Antitrust Law by The National Law Journal
On November 20, 2019, The National Law Journal announced its list of 2020 Elite Trial Lawyers, and for the fifth year, the publication named Robbins Geller a finalist in the Securities Litigation category. Additionally, the Firm was recognized as a finalist in the Consumer Protection and Antitrust categories. The group of finalists were chosen due to their “cutting-edge work on behalf of plaintiffs over the last 15 months” as well as possessing “a solid track record of client wins over the past three to five years.”
The Elite Trial Lawyers award is one of many honors Robbins Geller has received in recent months. For example, BTI Consulting Group (BTI) named Robbins Geller to its Most Feared in Litigation Honor Roll list, and The Legal 500 awarded the Firm with a Tier 1 ranking for being “one of the most active firms on the plaintiff side, with a track record of high-value recoveries.” Benchmark Litigation named Robbins Geller one of the Top Ten Plaintiffs Firms in America and awarded the Firm with several Tier 1 rankings for 2020. Additionally, Chambers USA recognized Robbins Geller with several Band 1 rankings for the tenth consecutive year for having “an excellent record of high-value recoveries for clients including institutional investors, financial institutions and pension funds,” and U.S. News – Best Lawyers® named Robbins Geller a Best Law Firm in America for the eighth consecutive year.
The 2020 Elite Trial Lawyers awards ceremony to announce the winners of each category will held during the National Trial Lawyers Summit in Miami Beach, Florida on January 20, 2020.
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