Mayer Brown, a leading global law firm, has been named by The National Law Journal (NLJ) as a “Chicago Litigation Department of the Year” finalist. In its special report, the NLJ editorial team evaluated Chicago-based litigation practices on several criteria including notable wins, operations, headcounts, and revenues. (View the article).

“We are honored to be recognized by The National Law Journal for excellence based on our litigation capabilities in Chicago that have helped make us a go-to law firm for clients facing complex, high-stakes litigation across the globe,” said Frederick Thomas, partner-in-charge of the Chicago office.

“The breadth of Mayer Brown’s litigation disciplines sets us apart from our competitors— it’s a great achievement to be recognized for the cutting-edge client matters our unique team of litigators handle—and for our overall impact on the legal industry and business world,” said partner Andrew Marovitz, a co-leader of the global Litigation & Dispute Resolution practice.

                                                                

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