KaiserDillon Receives Firm and Individual Lawyer Recognitions in the 2021 Chambers USA Guide
Chambers and Partners, a global leader in research and rankings of law firms and lawyers recognized KaiserDillon in the 2021 Chambers USA Guide. This marks the third year that Chambers has recognized partners Matthew Kaiser, Justin Dillon and Jonathan Jeffress, and the first year that Chambers recognized KaiserDillon in their overall firm rankings for Litigation: White-Collar Crime & Government Investigations.
“I am pleased that Chambers recognized our firm in this year’s guide,” said Matt Kaiser. “We have taken on some very high-profile, complex litigation matters, and government and congressional investigations over the past couple of years. I am very proud of our team’s depth of knowledge and commitment to our clients who may be facing the fight of their life.”
On the firm Chambers noted, “It (KaiserDillon) is well positioned to represent corporations and high net worth clients facing complex litigation and/or investigations.”
Regarding Justin Dillon, one client noted, “He brings a unique energy to a case; his dynamism and work ethic make him a natural leader.”
Another client told Chambers researchers that Matt Kaiser “…has a steady hand, a clear voice and an experienced strategic mind.”
And on Jonathan Jeffress a client said,“He is a real trial lawyer who really connects with jurors and does a fantastic job.”
Chambers and Partners has been ranking leading law firms and lawyers since 1990, and is what many refer to as the ‘gold standard’ of legal research in the marketplace. The qualities on which the rankings are assessed include technical legal ability, client service, depth of team, commercial astuteness, diligence and commitment. Chambers’ researchers conduct in-depth interviews with lawyers and clients, as well as conduct analysis regarding matters the firm has taken on in the 12 months prior to their submission. Firms are recognized for notable achievements, impressive strategic growth, and distinguished client service.