Morvillo Abramowitz Gets Top Ranking in White-Collar Crime & Government Investigations in Chambers USA 2021
NEW YORK, May 20, 2021 – Since its inception, Chambers USA: America's Leading Lawyers for Business Guide has recognized Morvillo Abramowitz Grand Iason & Anello PC for excellence in Litigation: Specialist Firms in White-Collar Crime & Government Investigations with its highest ranking of Band 1. The firm is also recognized in Securities: Regulation: Enforcement. The firm is “widely acclaimed for its market-leading white-collar defense practice” and “offers an impressive breadth of expertise in regulatory investigations and enforcement proceedings.” The publication also noted that the firm “fields a deep bench of formidable litigators with experience with acting on some of the most high-profile criminal trials of recent times, as well as advising on internal investigations.” Clients commented that “[t]he firm is at the very top and shows true excellence in all the work it performs” and that the attorneys’ “knowledge and expertise in white-collar matters are unparalled.” More than half of the firm’s partners were named leading lawyers by Chambers USA in the categories of Litigation: White-Collar Crime & Government Investigations: Elkan Abramowitz, Richard F. Albert, Robert J. Anello, Benjamin S. Fischer, Telemachus P. Kasulis, Jonathan S. Sack, Jeremy H. Temkin, and Richard D. Weinberg; Securities: Regulation: Enforcement: Lawrence Iason and Richard D. Weinberg; FCPA: Robert J. Anello.
Since 1990, Chambers and Partners has been researching the legal profession, identifying the leading lawyers and law firms through in-depth and client-focused interviews with thousands of lawyers and their clients. Known for its independence and the objectivity of its research, Chambers USA ranks the leading firms and lawyers in an extensive range of practice areas throughout the United States with their guides read by industry-leading companies, organizations, and law firms throughout the United States and worldwide.
To learn more, please click here.