We are proud to announce
Keller/Anderle's Selection To
Keller/Anderle received "Tier 1" rankings in Orange County for Commercial Litigation as well as Criminal Defense: White-Collar. The Tier 1 ranking is an honor generally reserved for much larger law firms, which is a testament to Keller/Anderle's performance and reputation. The rankings are based on a rigorous evaluation process that includes the collection of client and lawyer evaluations, peer review from leading attorneys in their field, and review of additional information provided by law firms as part of the formal submission process.
The firm is one of the few on the list that is a Women's Business Enterprise National Council certified firm (100% women-owned).
"The Best Law Firms ranking as a top-tier commercial litigation firm is an honor that Keller/Anderle has earned due to our trial success record and stellar reputation in the legal community, stretching from Orange County to nationwide," said Kay Anderle, managing partner. "This recognition reflects the excellent results that our attorneys have achieved in high stakes, complex commercial litigation. We have some of the most highly-honored attorneys in the state for a firm of any size, as well as top nationwide rankings such as Jennifer Keller's recent selection as a Top 100 Trial Lawyer in America."
We thrive on the tough cases: the ones where your company, fortune or liberty are on the line.
Members of Keller/Anderle LLP have over 350 jury trials among them, with an unparalleled record of success. We win and win big. And we square off against some of the nation's biggest firms. Our practice focuses on high-stakes litigation of all types - the really difficult cases — including commercial, intellectual property, securities, bad faith, white collar criminal defense, class actions, and entertainment/sports.
We see ourselves as old-fashioned barristers who can try any kind of case, and we've proven it by prevailing against some of the nation's major law firms. In just the last eight years we've won judgments of over $925 million and settled others for eight figures.