Joseph Saveri Law Firm Selected as Finalist for Public Justice’s 2024 Trial Lawyer of the Year Award

The Joseph Saveri Law Firm has been selected as a finalist for Public Justice’s 2024 Trial Lawyer of the Year Award. 

The firm was honored for its work in Capacitors Price-Fixing Antitrust Litigation, in which, as sole lead counsel, it achieved five rounds of settlements totaling $604.55 million, significantly exceeding $427 million calculated single damages: an antitrust law rarity. 

According to Public Justice, Capacitors “highlights the importance of private enforcement of the antitrust laws to bring about economic justice. It demonstrates that antitrust plaintiffs, represented by expert antitrust trial lawyers, can and will use the jury system to protect consumers, workers, and small businesses from those who violate antitrust laws in the United States.” 

Each year, Public Justice presents its Trial Lawyer of the Year Award to the trial attorney or legal team who made the greatest contribution to the public interest within the past year by trying or settling a socially significant case. The winner of the award will be announced at the 42nd annual Public Justice Gala & Awards presentation, to be held July 22, 2024, in Nashville, TN. 

Founded in January 1982, Public Justice (originally Trial Lawyers for Public Justice) is a nonprofit legal advocacy organization that takes on purveyors of corporate corruption, sexual abusers and harassers, and polluters who ravage the environment. Its battles are inspired by a pledge to further equity and equality, end systemic oppression, and protect and expand access to justice for all. Armed with insightful, nuanced knowledge of federal and state laws and savvy communications and organizing strategies, Public Justice fights to protect the environment, solidify and enhance civil rights, and ensure every individual can exercise their right to have their day in court.