High-stakes, bet-the-company trial law firm of Keller/Anderle LLP, named to top rank on list of “Best Law Firms”

November 02, 2015  |   Recent Posts   |     |   Comments Off on High-stakes, bet-the-company trial law firm of Keller/Anderle LLP, named to top rank on list of “Best Law Firms”

Keller/Anderle LLP, a nationally recognized high stakes, bet-the-company trial law firm based in Irvine, has been selected to the U.S. News – Best Lawyers® 2016 “Best Law Firms” list. The firm is one of the few on the list that is a Women’s Business Enterprise certified firm (100% women-owned).

Keller/Anderle LLP has earned a nationwide reputation due to its record of success in high-stakes litigation of all types – the ones where your company, fortune or liberty are on the line — including commercial, intellectual property, securities, bad faith, class actions and white collar criminal defense.

Keller/Anderle LLP received a “Tier 1 Ranking” which, according to U.S. News – Best Lawyers®, “reflects the high level of respect a firm has earned among other leading lawyers and clients in the same communities and the same practice areas for their abilities, their professionalism and their integrity.” The Tier 1 Ranking is an honor generally reserved for much larger law firms, which is a testament to Keller/Anderle LLP’s performance and reputation.  Keller/Anderle LLP was ranked Tier 1 in Orange County for criminal defense: white-collar and criminal defense: non-white-collar.

Firms included in the 2016 “Best Law Firms” list are recognized for professional excellence with persistently impressive ratings from clients and peers. Achieving a tiered ranking signals a unique combination of quality law practice and breadth of legal expertise. This prestigious list is a result of a nationwide evaluation of thousands of firms in 74 practice areas in 120 metropolitan areas.

Keller/Anderle LLP’s lawyers are recognized by their peers as the best of the best.   The U.S. News – Best Lawyers® award is one of many received by Keller/Anderle LLP in 2015. Other awards this year for the firm or its attorneys have included: the Los Angeles and San Francisco Daily Journal’s “Top 100 Lawyers in California,” “Top Boutique Firms” and “Top Women Lawyers” lists; Best Law Firms® “Top Orange County Lawyer honor for Non-White Collar Criminal Defense”; “Top 50 Orange County Super Lawyers”; Lawdragon 500 list of top national attorneys; the Litigation Counsel of America; the National Trial Lawyers Top 100 Trial Lawyers; the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum; and Los Angeles Magazine, “Southern California Superlawyers.”

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