Joseph Saveri, Cadio Zirpoli, and Ronnie S. Spiegel Named 2024 Lawdragon 500 Leading Plaintiff Consumer Lawyers

Joseph Saveri, Cadio Zirpoli, and Ronnie S. Spiegel of the Joseph Saveri Law Firm, LLP have been selected for inclusion in Lawdragon’s “500 Leading Plaintiff Consumer Lawyers” online guide.

The firm is incredibly honored that Joe, Cadio, and Ronnie have been selected by Lawdragon and hold a spot among some of the most prestigious lawyers in the country. All three have previously been named “500 Leading Litigators in America and 500 Leading Plaintiff Financial Lawyers.” Joe has previously been selected for inclusion in Lawdragon’s 500 Leading Lawyers in America guide.

The Leading Plaintiff Consumer Lawyers are the best in the nation at representing plaintiffs in consumer law cases involving imperiled plaintiffs in sprawling class actions and multidistrict litigation regarding securities, business litigation, antitrust, whistleblower claims, complex financial litigation, data privacy invasions, and other abuses.

Lawyers for this guide were selected through a process of independent journalistic research and submissions. Lawdragon researched by studying which lawyers and law practices have had significant impact, including an emphasis on recent cases handled and victories and settlements won. It reviewed cutting-edge litigation as well as trends in plaintiff consumer law, and reviewed the lawyers consistently sought out for guidance in those matters. 

Lawdragon accepts submissions and reviews them alongside thousands of candidates it independently identifies and considers for the guide. It also works with editorial advisors from both the plaintiff and defense side who specialize in the various disciplines that comprise plaintiff consumer litigation to identify and vet candidates. Lawyers featured in the guide are recognized because they bring justice to individuals (or groups of them) for physical harm they have suffered, as opposed to one that is chiefly financial.

To make a Lawdragon guide, a lawyer must be in practice 10 years, with extremely rare exceptions, and in most cases significantly more. Similarly, virtually all are partners in their law practice or hold a designation that indicates the regard of those with whom they practice. 

Lawdragon provides free online news and editorial features—including its well-known guides to the nation’s leading lawyers—as well as content, marketing, and branding services for lawyers and firms through its Lawdragon Press division.