The Joseph Saveri Law Firm was selected for The Legal 500’s 2019 rankings, released today. The Firm was one of 20 nationwide recognized for excellence in the United Kingdom-based research and ranking service’s “United States Antitrust Civil Litigation/Class Actions: Plaintiff” category.
The Legal 500’s appraisal concluded: “[The] Joseph Saveri Law Firm specializes in complex civil and class action litigation in the antitrust space where it also handles qui tam litigation on behalf of the federal government and several states. The recent arrival of [partner] Steven Williams from Cotchett, Pitre & McCarthy and several hires at the associate level significantly bolstered the offering. Alongside founding partner Joseph Saveri, Williams acted as sole legal counsel to a class of indirect purchasers of aluminum, tantalum, and film capacitors in relation to cartel and price-fixing claims against a group of defendants. In other highlights, the firm acted as interim co-lead counsel for end-payor plaintiffs in an antitrust class action filed against Allergan on the grounds of an alleged conspiracy to delay generic competition to the defendant’s blockbuster drug, Restasis.”
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