Chambers USA Recognizes Five Robins Kaplan Practice Groups and 17 Lawyers in 2023 Guide

June 1, 2023

Chambers USA 2023

Robins Kaplan LLP is pleased to announce that five of the firm’s practice groups and 17 of its lawyers have been recognized in the Chambers USA Guide 2023. Noted for their sophisticated, high-impact work, Robins Kaplan practice groups are ranked in the following categories and geographies:

  • Antitrust – Nationwide: Plaintiff (Band 1)
  • Antitrust – New York: Mainly Plaintiff (Band 1)
  • Antitrust – California: Mainly Plaintiff (Band 3)
  • Antitrust – Minnesota (Band 1)
  • Insurance – Massachusetts (Band 3)
  • Intellectual Property – Minnesota (Band 1)
  • Litigation: General Commercial – Minnesota (Band 1)
  • Litigation: General Commercial – South Dakota (Band 3)
  • Native American Law – Nationwide (Band 2)

The following individuals are recognized as leading lawyers in the Chambers USA Guide 2023:

  • Timothy Billion – Native American Law (Nationwide: Up and Coming)
  • Melissa D’Alelio – Insurance (Massachusetts)
  • Jake Holdreith – Intellectual Property (Minnesota)
  • Meegan Hollywood – Antitrust: Mainly Plaintiff (New York: Up and Coming)
  • Brendan Johnson – Native American Law (Nationwide); Litigation: General Commercial (South Dakota)
  • Christopher Larus – Intellectual Property (Minnesota)
  • Kellie Lerner – Antitrust: Plaintiff (Nationwide); Antitrust: Mainly Plaintiff (New York)
  • Eric Magnuson – Litigation: Appellate (Minnesota: Star Individual)
  • Ryan Marth – Antitrust (Minnesota)
  • Jason Pfeiffer – Litigation: General Commercial (Minnesota)
  • Timothy Purdon – Native American Law (Nationwide)
  • William Reiss – Antitrust: Mainly Plaintiff (New York)
  • Ronald Schutz – Intellectual Property (Minnesota)
  • Stacey Slaughter – Antitrust (Minnesota)
  • Tara Sutton – Product Liability: Plaintiffs (Nationwide)
  • Thomas Undlin – Antitrust (Minnesota)
  • K. Craig Wildfang – Antitrust: Plaintiff (Nationwide); Antitrust (Minnesota)

According to Chambers and Partners, “Robins Kaplan attorneys’ strong and intimate knowledge across a wide range of fields enables them to quickly develop elegant solutions to complex problems.” The firm is lauded for being “aggressive and creative in developing strategies to defend or pursue litigation as needed.” Chambers contributors also say that the firm “has a team-based approach that allows complex matters to seem less complex.”

The firm’s complete Chambers USA 2023 rankings are available here.

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