Seven 2024 selectees with Hall of Fame members Elizabeth Cabraser and Richard Heimann bring the firm’s total awardees for 2024 to nine
On January 12, 2024, Lawdragon legal media announced its 500 Leading Lawyers in America for 2024, a list which includes Lieff Cabraser partners Kelly M. Dermody, Eric B. Fastiff, Brendan Glackin, Steven E. Fineman, Lexi Hazam, Annika K. Martin and Robert J. Nelson. Lieff Cabraser partners Elizabeth Cabraser and Richard Heimann are also included in this year’s list as Lawdragon 500 Hall of Fame members.
As Lawdragon puts it,
“We’re particularly proud of the dimension of this year’s class, most of whom we’ve gotten to know over the years as we’ve watched them practice their craft in areas ranging from employee benefits to discrimination, accounting liability to corporate dealmaking, going from private practice to public service and creating new laws and protections to keep up with our rapidly evolving world.”
We are proud to have so many lawyers named to Lawdragon’s list, and congratulate them all on this significant and meaningful recognition.
The full list is available online on the Lawdragon website.
About Lieff Cabraser
Lieff Cabraser Heimann & Bernstein, LLP, is a 125+ attorney AV-rated law firm founded in 1972 with offices in San Francisco, New York, Nashville, and Munich. For four decades, Lieff Cabraser has successfully represented women in injury lawsuits against major medical device, medical test, and pharmaceutical drug manufacturers. Described by The American Lawyer as “one of the nation’s premier plaintiffs’ firms,” Lieff Cabraser enjoys a national reputation for professional integrity and the successful prosecution of our clients’ claims. We possess sophisticated legal skills and the financial resources necessary for the handling of large, complex cases, and for litigating against some of the nation’s largest corporations. We take great pride in the leadership roles our firm plays in many of this country’s major cases, including those resulting in landmark decisions and precedent-setting rulings.