For the third consecutive year, the Joseph Saveri Law Firm, LLP, has been selected and featured as a “highly recommended” commercial litigation and antitrust practice by Global Competition Review (GCR) in its “United States Plaintiffs” rankings contained in its 2023 edition of the "GCR 100."
The United Kingdom-based GCR reported that the firm, which celebrated its 10-year anniversary in 2022, has “established itself in a relatively short period as a go-to for antitrust class actions.” It highlighted the “significant expansion” of its partnership with the additions of Ronnie Seidel Spiegel and Cadio Zirpoli, and the firm’s opening of a New York City office. And it praised the firm’s recent settlements achieved in Capacitors Price-Fixing Antitrust Litigation, Restasis Antitrust Litigation, Interior Molded Door Litigation, and EpiPen Price Fixing Litigation.
The GCR 100 is a comprehensive listing of the world’s top competition practices. For over two decades, GCR’s rankings have provided a quantitative and qualitative analysis of the law firms and economic consultancies doing the most important antitrust work around the world.
This year’s edition features firms in 50+ jurisdictions across six continents, ranging from long-established competition hubs in Brussels and Washington, D.C. to increasingly active regimes like China.
GCR’s rankings of firms in each jurisdiction are based on independent research conducted through its annual questionnaire and call for submissions, as well as interviews with lawyers. This market intelligence is supported by what GCR reporters worldwide learn from talking to competition lawyers, economists, academics, and enforcement officials.
In most jurisdictions, firms are ranked into “elite,” “highly recommended,” and “recommended” categories. Firms are listed alphabetically within each tier. For the 2023 publication, GCR contacted each of the firms ranked in the previous edition of GCR 100 as well as other leading practices that were not ranked. GCR’s data formally covers the period from May 2021 to May 2022, although it strives to note later significant happenings to ensure that the publication is as relevant and up to date as possible.
GCR is a leading global provider of competition law, regulation, and enforcement information, combining data, deep market insight, and a user-centric platform to provide their clients with powerful legal solutions. Its unique global coverage gives shape and form to current affairs, providing insight on the direction of trends in antitrust and how they affect the market.