Chambers USA Ranks Robins Kaplan LLP Extensively in 2018 Guide

Firm and Attorneys Recognized as Leaders in Antitrust, Bankruptcy/Restructuring, Commercial Litigation, Intellectual Property, and More.

May 7, 2018

Robins Kaplan LLP and several of the firm’s lawyers have been recognized in the 2018 Chambers USA guide. The firm was ranked for its sophisticated, high-impact work across six practices. The firm’s complete Chambers USA 2018 rankings are available here.

For the fourth year in a row, the firm received a first band ranking for Antitrust: Plaintiff nationwide, and in Minnesota, the firm again received first band rankings for Antitrust: Plaintiff, Intellectual Property, and Litigation: General Commercial. The firm was also ranked in band three for Bankruptcy/Restructuring in California, and for the first year, received a band one ranking for Antitrust: Plaintiff in New York.

According to Chambers, Robins Kaplan is known for its “trial capabilities and courtroom performances in large and complex industry-changing litigation.” Clients praised the firm’s attorneys as “top shelf” and “simply amazing…forward-thinking, creative, and very effective.”

The following attorneys were recognized individually as leading lawyers in the 2018 guide:

  • Michael Delaney: Bankruptcy/Restructuring (California: Associate to Watch)
  • Scott Gautier: Bankruptcy/Restructuring (California: Band 4)
  • Jake Holdreith: Intellectual Property (Minnesota: Band 2)
  • Brendan Johnson: Native American Law (Nationwide: Band 3)
  • Christopher Larus: Intellectual Property (Minnesota: Band 3)
  • Kellie Lerner: Antitrust: Mainly Plaintiff (New York: Band 2)
  • Eric Magnuson: Litigation: General Commercial (Minnesota: Band 1)
  • Ryan Marth: Antitrust (Minnesota: Up and Coming Lawyer)
  • Hollis Salzman: Antitrust: Plaintiff (Nationwide: Band 1); Antitrust: Mainly Plaintiff (New York: Band 1)
  • Ronald Schutz: Intellectual Property (Minnesota: Band 1)
  • K. Craig Wildfang: Antitrust: Plaintiff (Nationwide: Band 1); Antitrust (Minnesota: Band 1)

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