Glaser Weil Receives “Highly Recommended” Rank From Benchmark Litigation

Benchmark Litigation

Glaser Weil achieved the prominent position as a “Highly Recommend” Firm by Benchmark Litigation. In its 2020 edition, the publication lists the firm in “Tier 1,” a distinguished position on a list of only 27 firms from across the state. In the analysis, Benchmark notes Glaser Weil as a firm with a “diverse crop of clients” and “significant reputation for handling disputes in the media and entertainment industry.”

Benchmark is known as the definitive guide to America’s leading litigation firms and attorneys. It is the only publication to focus exclusively on U.S. litigation. Now in its 12th year of publication, the guide’s results are the culmination of a months-long research period that allows researchers to conduct extensive interviews with litigators and their clients.

In addition to the Firm’s recognition, Benchmark also acknowledged nine partners on this year's “California Stars List,” ranking them among the top litigators throughout California: Jill Basinger, Andrew Baum, Michael Cypers, Kerry Garvis Wright, Patricia L. Glaser, Lawrence M. Hadley, Garland A. Kelley, Sean Riley, and Robert Shapiro. Benchmark also included Glaser Weil Partner Rory S. Miller on its “40 & Under Hot List” and Amin Al-Sarraf on its “Future Star” list.

Related Attorneys

  • Andrew Baum
  • Michael Cypers
  • Kerry Garvis Wright
    Partner and Chair of the Employment Practice
  • Lawrence M. Hadley
    Partner, Chair of the Intellectual Property Department, and Co-chair of the Investigations, Compliance and Strategic Response Practice
  • Sean Riley
  • Robert Shapiro

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