Bartlit Beck again recognized as a leading law firm in the 2020 edition of Chambers USA


In the 2020 edition of Chambers USA, Bartlit Beck is recognized as a leading law firm in the following categories:

Product Liability & Mass Torts (Band 1)

General Commercial Litigation (Band 1)
Intellectual Property (Band 3)

General Commercial Litigation (Band 1)
Corporate/M&A (Band 3)

Client feedback published by Chambers included the following: 

"This is the best trial law firm in America,” states a source. “From top to bottom, they are the best."

"Bartlit Beck is simply unparalleled in terms of both the quality of representation in court and attention to client service in significant commercial litigation matters." 

“They are our number one firm because they're incredibly strategic at everything they do. They are very, very smart, they see every angle and are always prepared with thoughtful advice.”

"I have never seen a group of trial lawyers work as well as a team as they do. It's to the benefit of the client, to the benefit of the case and is the approach they bring to trial presentation."

Chambers also recognized the following Bartlit Beck attorneys:


Rebecca Weinstein Bacon is described as a "very well regarded and a very strong lawyer" and “a talented trial lawyer.” According to Chambers, Rebecca is “widely praised for her skills in product liability disputes, commercial cases and class actions.”

Philip Beck is referred to as the “the best of the best," and “probably the finest trial lawyer that I've ever seen” by clients. Phil is listed as a “Star Individual” in the USA Trial Lawyers category.

Adam Hoeflich is described as a "top-notch trial lawyer, both with regard to commercial disputes and interactions with government regulators," and “an all-around terrific lawyer" who is well regarded both as a trial lawyer and strategic adviser. He is noted for his strength in both individual cases and MDLs.

Kaspar Stoffelmayr is described as “terrific” and “an international player.” Chambers states that Kaspar is “increasingly prominent in the market, frequently handling mass torts across the pharmaceutical and toxic tort sectors such as the opioid and Roundup disputes.”


Robert Morrill is “noted for handling M&A transactions, including leveraged buyouts” and described as “fantastic” and “technically a very good lawyer.”

James Palenchar is described as an “extensively experienced transactional lawyer” who is “accomplished in a range of corporate matters, with a focus on SEC regulatory and governance advice.” 

Thomas Stephens can “boast of significant experience in a range of corporate and securities matters, including M&A and debt financing” according to Chambers.

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