Richards Layton and 15 Firm Attorneys Honored in Benchmark Litigation
October 26, 2017
WILMINGTON, Delaware (October 26, 2017) – Fifteen Richards, Layton & Finger attorneys have been recognized in the 2018 edition of Benchmark Litigation, more lawyers than from any other Delaware firm. Reporting that our attorneys are among “the best and the brightest in Delaware,” Benchmark named firm directors Catherine Dearlove, Raymond DiCamillo, John Hendershot, Jeffrey Moyer, Srinivas Raju, Blake Rohrbacher, Lisa Schmidt, Robert Stearn Jr., Gregory Varallo, William Wade, Robert Whetzel, and Gregory Williams as Litigation Stars, and Brock Czeschin, Rudolf Koch, and Chad Shandler as Future Stars.
In addition to our individual attorney rankings, Richards Layton received Benchmark’s top firm ranking. Clients told Benchmark, “Richards Layton is very responsive, focused and attuned with the courts,” commending us as “…the best law firm in Delaware.”
Richards Layton’s outstanding litigation team has been involved in many of the landmark cases defining Delaware law and has successfully handled some of the most complex disputes to arise in our state. Our attorneys are not only authorities on Delaware law; we have deep, practical insight into the procedures of the state and federal courts, and have earned the respect of Delaware’s chancellors, justices, and judges.
About Benchmark Litigation
Benchmark Litigation, a respected guide to America’s leading litigation firms and attorneys, conducts extensive interviews with practitioners and clients to identify the leading litigators and firms in the United States.
About the Firm
Richards, Layton & Finger, Delaware’s largest law firm and one of its oldest, helps sophisticated clients navigate complex issues and the intricacies of Delaware law. We advise global companies, business partnerships, leading financial institutions, local businesses, and individuals across a wide range of practices, including corporate law, alternative entities, commercial law, bankruptcy and restructuring, and litigation.