Friedman Kaplan Recognized in The Legal 500 United States 2024 Guide

June 17, 2024

Friedman Kaplan is pleased to announce that the firm is recognized in the 2024 edition of The Legal 500 United States, with rankings in three categories: general commercial disputes, corporate investigations and white collar criminal defense – advice to corporates, and corporate investigations and white collar criminal defense – advice to individuals. In the latter category, partner and white collar practice co-head Mary Mulligan is individually recognized by The Legal 500 as a leading lawyer.

In its commentary on the firm’s general commercial disputes practice, The Legal 500 quotes a source who remarked, “Friedman Kaplan has a “very smart team of results-oriented and practical thinkers who understand the needs of in-house counsel and work hard to deliver results.” Another source commented that the team is “incredibly smart and nimble” and “can think through the most difficult issues and come up with creative solutions.” In addition, partners Anne Beaumont, Scott Berman, Mala Ahuja Harker, John Orsini, Jason Rubinstein, Eric Seiler, and Jeff Wang are each noted in the directory’s general commercial disputes editorial.

The Legal 500 ranked the firm in both its “advice to corporates” and “advice to individuals” tables for corporate investigations and white collar criminal defense, highlighting a source’s testimonial that the “team is very passionate and persistent in advocating the individual client’s case” and Friedman Kaplan lawyers “use good judgment when considering the positions to take for clients.” In addition to Mary Mulligan’s recognition as a leading lawyer in the “advice to individuals” category, Rahul Agarwal, Bonnie Baker, Eric Corngold, Mala Ahuja Harker, Tim Haggerty, Mary Mulligan, and Larry Robbins are each noted in The Legal 500’s commentary supporting the firm’s white collar rankings.

The Legal 500 analyzes the capabilities of law firms around the world through a comprehensive research process based on a number of criteria, including feedback from clients, interviews, firm submissions, and a team of experienced researchers. More information about the directory’s selection methodology can be viewed here. (No aspect of this advertisement has been approved by the Supreme Court of New Jersey.)