Zuckerman Spaeder LLP Named Top Five Litigation Boutique by The American Lawyer
Zuckerman Spaeder has been named one of the top five firms in The American Lawyer's inaugural "Litigation Boutique of the Year" competition. The results were published in the magazine's January issue.
The only East Coast law firm named to the list, Zuckerman Spaeder was selected for its track record of preparation, integrity and positive results defending clients in high profile civil and white collar litigation. Of special note was the firm's successful defense and acquittal of former Salt Lake City Olympic Committee president Thomas Welch, and for serving as the litigation muscle behind the remarkable advances made by the Oneida Indian Nation in upstate New York.
The firm's profile is available online at www.americanlawyer.com.
"We are honored to be included as one of the top five litigation boutiques," said Zuckerman Spaeder chairman Graeme Bush. "It is a testament to the hard work and dedication my colleagues put into each case that comes in the door, and to our clients who trust us with their toughest legal problems."
Zuckerman Spaeder represents corporations and individuals in high stakes litigation with complex civil and criminal liability. The firm represents clients in legal and medical malpractice, bankruptcy, food and drug law, employment law, shareholder derivative suits, and cases involving investigations by government regulators and plaintiffs lawyers including grand jury and congressional investigations, the Department of Justice and the Securities and Exchange Commission.