Five Ellis & Winters partners recognized by Chambers USA
Ellis & Winters LLP is proud to announce that it has been ranked No. 1 for Antitrust and No. 3 in General Commercial Litigation by Chambers USA. Respected by its peers for its “truly outstanding lawyers [who] have a tremendous amount of depth in trial practice,” Ellis & Winters is made up of a select cadre of lawyers providing sophisticated legal services to blue-chip clients. According to Chambers USA, Ellis & Winters’ attorneys are “regularly seen in court and are highly respected in the field.” In addition to its overall rankings, several Ellis & Winters attorneys were listed individually.
Leslie C. Packer who is seen among her peers as having a “high work ethic: she is thorough, dogged and courteous in all respects,” was ranked number 1 in Healthcare Litigation.
Matthew W. Sawchak was ranked number 1 in Antitrust. His “careful, thoughtful, open and easy-to-talk-to” personality, coupled with his “impulse to find common ground” is what his peers feel has enabled him to be “outstandingly effective” in his practice.
Richard W. Ellis listed in litigation is known in the legal community for his “wonderful persona that makes you feel directly at ease from the moment he opens his mouth.” The embodiment of professionalism, Dick Ellis is viewed as “seasoned, prolific, tenacious, experienced, and confident.”
Jonathan D. Sasser was characterized as having a “vast experience in business and tort cases in both federal and State Courts.” Chambers USA also cited his “significant judgment for Ericsson” in Arizona federal court.
Paul K. Sun Jr. is frequently described as a “scholar” who is “deeply intellectual and thoughtful.” Primarily focusing on business litigation, Paul Sun is “always well prepared and knowledgeable about the legal principles involved in a case.”
Chambers & Partners have been publishing world-famous guides to the legal profession since 1969. Chambers & Partners rank both law firms and individual lawyers using bands from 1-6, with 1 being the best. Chambers determines a firm’s rankings on the basis of submissions put forward by legal practices, interviews during the course of the research, and the use of database resources. In determining a firm’s and individual lawyers’ rankings, Chambers takes into consideration technical legal ability, professional conduct, client service, commercial astuteness, diligence, commitment & other qualities most valued by the client.