MRW Partners Recognized by Best Lawyers and LawDragon and Ranked as a Band 1 Law Firm by Chambers USA!
We are thrilled to announce that Chambers has again ranked Messing Rudavsky & Weliky as a Band 1 firm in the plaintiff’s labor and employment category in Massachusetts. Chambers describes the firm as a “top-tier plaintiff firm” that “demonstrates expertise in the full gamut of workplace discrimination” and notes that “interviewees agree that the firm undertakes ‘great quality work’ and is ‘well known for its compassion and zealous mission on behalf of civil rights issues.'”
All three of MRW’s partners – Dahlia Rudavsky, Ellen Messing and Jim Weliky – were also ranked individually as Band 1 attorneys. Interviewees cited Attorney Rudavsky’s “great reputation for tenure cases with professors,” Attorney Messing’s “prowess in plaintiff representation,” and Attorney Weliky’s notable “handling of discrimination and wrongful termination lawsuits, among other matters.”
We are also pleased to announce that Dahlia Rudavsky, Ellen Messing, and James Weliky have all been recognized for the 8th year in a row by Best Lawyers in America 2020. The Best Lawyers recognition is decided based on peer reviews and the magazine itself is one of the oldest and most respected legal publications. All three of our partners have been recognized for their work in Litigation- Labor and Employment category. Attorney Rudavsky and Attorney Weliky have also being recognized in the Employment Law – Individuals category, with Attorney Rudavsky additionally being recognized for the Labor Law- Union category.
In addition, all three partners have once again been included in LawDragon’s 500 Leading Plaintiff Employment Lawyers series. This publication has been described as a stellar collection of lawyers from all over the country who have dedicated their careers to providing legal assistance too and protecting workers and unions. The lawyers showcased in the 2nd Annual LawDragon 500 Leading Plaintiff Employment Lawyers series were selected through a careful review of submissions, research, and journalistic vetting.