Friedman Kaplan Recognized in The Legal 500 United States 2023 Guide
Friedman Kaplan is recognized in the 2023 edition of The Legal 500 United States in its general commercial disputes listing as well as in the corporate investigations and white collar criminal defense section, in which the firm is ranked in the “advice to individuals” category as well as recognized as a firm to watch in the “advice to corporates” category.
Of the firm’s general commercial disputes practice, The Legal 500 quotes sources commenting “what sets them apart is their practical approach, grounded in their deep understanding of our business and our company,” and “this team is very nimble — they digest new information quickly and incorporate it into our strategy.” Friedman Kaplan partners Anne Beaumont, Ed Friedman, Mala Ahuja Harker, John Orsini, Jason Rubinstein, Eric Seiler, and Jeff Wang are listed as recognized lawyers in the firm’s general commercial disputes practice, and Elizabeth Bierut, Stan Chiueh, Andrew Englander, Steve Pesner, Dave Ranzenhofer, and Larry Robbins are also mentioned within the editorial.
In its commentary on the firm’s corporate investigation and white collar criminal defense practice, The Legal 500 notes that Friedman Kaplan continues to manage a varied amount of white-collar work and investigations for both corporations and individuals. Testimonials from the guide highlight that the firm “has a deep bench of experienced lawyers” and “did a super job in liaising with prosecution authorities to manage document production and present our interests delicately.” Eric Corngold, Mala Ahuja Harker, and Mary Mulligan are listed as recognized lawyers in Friedman Kaplan’s white collar practice, with Larry Robbins and Tim Haggerty also noted within the directory’s commentary.
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