Tier 1 Ranking for Litigation – Securities by U.S. News & World Report for 2018
-Gabriella M. Saracino
San Diego, CA – Robbins has achieved for a second year in a row a Tier 1 ranking for Litigation – Securities in San Diego by U.S. News & World Report. The U.S. News – “Best Law Firms” rankings are based on a thorough evaluation process that includes client and lawyer evaluations, peer review from top attorneys in the field, and review of information provided by law firms. Receipt of a Tier 1 ranking acknowledges the firm’s successful securities litigation practice and level of experience and legal knowledge.
As part of the submission process, lawyers provided feedback on Robbins LLP’s expertise, responsiveness, integrity, cost-effectiveness, and whether they would refer a matter the firm. Law firms also provided general demographic and background information on the law firm and attorneys, as well as other data that speaks to the strengths of the law firm’s practice areas. Receipt of this award speaks to the firm’s strengths in securities litigation.
Notably, to be eligible for a ranking in a particular practice area and metro region, at least one lawyer from the law firm must be recognized in the particular practice and metro area by Best Lawyers. Robbins LLP is proud to announce that Brian Robbins has achieved this prestigious designation for the last three years.
Robbins LLP is a nationally recognized leader in securities litigation and shareholder rights law. The firm works with clients across the United States and internationally to ensure honest, transparent, and effective corporate governance and to hold directors and officers accountable for their corporate misconduct.
As part of Robbins LLP’s client services, the firm offers a free investment monitoring service known as Stock Watch. Stock Watch is designed to serve individual and institutional investors by tracking their publicly traded investments, including stocks, bonds, mutual funds, and other securities for losses in value and other negative impacts due to corporate misconduct. If the firm identifies wrongdoing resulting from violations of securities laws, insider trading, or other unlawful activity, the firm provides investors with an evaluation of their legal rights and options. Investors are also notified of class action settlements impacting their investment portfolio so that they may seek their share of the settlement proceeds. For more information, please visit Stock Watch.