Joseph Saveri and Steven Williams Rated “Band 1” Attorneys by Chambers and Partners

Joseph Saveri and Steven Williams of the Joseph Saveri Law Firm were ranked “Band 1” (highest ranking) attorneys by Chambers and Partners in its “Antitrust: Plaintiff—USA—Nationwide” and “Antitrust: Mainly Plaintiff—California” categories. Their recognition made the firm the only one nationwide to contribute multiple “Band 1” designees to these categories.

Joseph Saveri was ranked a “Band 1” attorney in these categories for the sixth consecutive year. Per feedback from legal peers, Chambers held Mr. Saveri in high regard for his “robust plaintiff-side litigation practice” of acting on behalf of a wide range of consumer classes. Sources described him as “a very smart lawyer,” and a “very good strategist” who has “a good brain for legal tactics and maneuvering complex cases.”

Steven Williams has been named a “Band 1” or “Band 2” attorney in one or both categories since 2015. He garnered praise for his litigation and class actions on behalf of plaintiffs in relation to antitrust law violations and consumer protection issues. Sources noted his extensive litigation experience and regarded him as “a talented lawyer.”

Chambers and Partners ranks law firms and individual lawyers in bands from 1-6, with 1 being the best. The qualities on which rankings are assessed include technical legal ability, client service, commercial vision and business understanding, diligence, value for money (cost-effective staffing and organization), depth of team, professional conduct, and other factors important to clients.

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  • Assessment of recent work done.

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