Osborn Maledon ranked in Band 1 by prestigious Chambers guide
For the 15th year in a row, Phoenix law firm Osborn Maledon, P.A. received the highest ranking among Arizona law firms from the prestigious legal resource guide, Chambers USA.
Chambers USA 2019 awarded its Band 1 ranking to 3 of the firm’s key practice areas:
- corporate/mergers & acquisitions (M&A);
- litigation — general commercial; and
- litigation — white-collar crime and government investigations.
The firm’s Native American law practice also was highly ranked.
Firm President Scott Rodgers, said, “Chambers is a distinguished international ranking firm that bases its rankings on in-depth research, in addition to polling of peers and clients. Chambers’ research process involves extensive interviews of clients, other market participants, and professional colleagues. We are especially proud that the long-term satisfaction of our clients is the basis for our continued recognition as a leading firm in Arizona.”
Chambers USA also ranked 14 Osborn Maledon attorneys as “Leaders in Their Field” and one as “Up and Coming” in 2019.
Rodger said, “We are proud that many of our lawyers in practice areas ranked by Chambers drew individual recognition. We are also proud that the same high performance and client service is offered across all of the firm’s practice areas, including some not currently ranked by Chambers, such as our leading practices in education law, energy and public law.
“Osborn Maledon’s reputation for excellence, results and client service has always been a team effort from all of our talented lawyers and staff.”
The individually-ranked lawyers are:
- Jonathan Ariano (corporate/M&A)
- Colin Campbell (litigation: general commercial)
- Tom Curzon (corporate/M&A)
- Timothy Eckstein (litigation: white-collar crime and government investigations)
- Larry Hammond (litigation: white-collar crime and government investigations)
- Bill Hardin (corporate/M&A)
- Mark Harrison (litigation: general commercial)
- Andrew Kelly (corporate/M&A)
- Bill Maledon (litigation: general commercial)
- Scott Rodgers (labor and employment)
- David Rosenbaum (litigation: general commercial)
- Joseph Roth (litigation: white collar crime and governmental investigations)
- Christopher Stachowiak (corporate/M&A)
- Geoff Sturr (litigation: general commercial).