KaiserDillon PLLC Recognized by The Legal 500 for Corporate Investigations and White-Collar Criminal Defense for Fourth Consecutive Year
KaiserDillon PLLC has been recognized by The Legal 500 in the category of “Corporate Investigations and White-Collar Criminal Defense: Advice to Individuals” in the United States for the fourth consecutive year.
The Legal 500 describes KaiserDillon as a “[n]imble small firm of top-notch, sophisticated white-collar practitioners” that “combines the concierge client service of a boutique firm with the capabilities and reputation of a much larger firm that regularly holds its own with the Big Law crowd.”
Managing Partner Bill Pittard said, “I’m proud that our lawyers individually, and our firm as a team, continue to gain national recognition for the outstanding work we do for clients every day.”
“Matt Kaiser is quite simply one of the best lawyers I have ever met”
“Matt Kaiser has tremendous case insight and solid instincts.”
“Justin Dillon is one of my go-to colleagues when I need advice about difficult issues.”
“Bill Pittard is also another amazing asset to the KaiserDillon team; his insights and judgment have been pivotal in a case I am co-counselling with him.”
The Legal 500 has been reviewing the global corporate legal market for over 30 years, producing annual rankings and descriptions of standout practitioners across more than 150 jurisdictions. KaiserDillon is one of only 73 firms recognized nationwide in this practice area.
According to The Legal 500, each year its research team gathers detailed self-assessments from corporate law firms worldwide and conducts interviews of attorneys, clients, and others in the legal market to form a “standard level and quality of data which, in turn, enables us to benchmark legal services providers with both more precision and more assurance.” The resulting rankings “highlight the practice area teams who are providing the most cutting edge and innovative advice…The purpose of The Legal 500 is to help corporate counsel find the right advisers.”