Joseph Saveri Law Firm Achieves Top 2022 Rankings by Chambers and Partners

Chambers and Partners, a well-respected, London-based legal ranking service, today ranked the Joseph Saveri Law Firm “Band 1” (highest ranking) in its “Antitrust: Mainly Plaintiff—California” category. The firm was one of only two in California to receive this honor. Chambers also ranked the firm as one of the top 16 U.S. firms in its "Antitrust: Mainly Plaintiff-Nationwide" category.

Chambers recognized the firm as a "highly regarded antitrust boutique" that is “esteemed for securing significant victories in monopolization, price-fixing, and pay-for-delay cases.”

Chambers also ranked firm partner Joseph Saveri as a “Band 1” attorney in its “Antitrust: Plaintiff—USA—Nationwide” and “Antitrust: Mainly Plaintiff—California” categories. Joe was ranked “Band 1” in both categories for the ninth consecutive year. Chambers commended Joe as an “esteemed plaintiffs’ attorney” who is “well known for his work leading class action litigation” and “has market-leading expertise in price-fixing, monopolization, and conspiracy claims.”


Chambers and Partners has published guides to the legal profession since 1990. With a team of over 200 experienced researchers, it identifies and ranks the world’s best lawyers and law firms based on in-depth, objective research. It conducts detailed analysis of the market via in-depth telephone research interviews and quantitative survey data for 200 jurisdictions.

Chambers and Partners ranks law firms and individual lawyers in bands from 1-6. Rankings are based upon technical legal ability, client service, commercial vision and business understanding, diligence, value for money (cost-effective staffing and organization), depth of team, professional conduct, and other factors important to clients.

Individual lawyers are ranked (in their practice-area(s)) regarding their legal knowledge and experience, ability, effectiveness, and client-service. Rankings are based upon independent research and investigation, including

anonymous interviews, and reflect the judgment of legal peers. Researchers, deputy editors, and editors conduct internal meetings to analyze the research conducted and compile and finalize the ranking tables. Those under consideration are judged by:

  • interviews with those active in the market—mainly clients (who can be law firms instructing other law firms) and other lawyers with whom they work, and
  • assessment of recent work done.