MRW Recognized by U.S. News & World Report
We’re pleased to announce that once again Messing, Rudavsky & Weliky P.C. has been recognized by U.S. News & World Report Best Lawyers in its 2015 listings for the best law firms in the United States. The firm has been listed under Tier 1 Boston, Employment Law – Individuals and under Tier 1 Boston, Litigation – Labor and Employment. In Boston, only three law firms, including Messing, Rudavsky & Weliky P.C., have been rated as Tier 1 under both Litigation – Labor and Employment and Employment Law – Individuals for the 2015 publication.
To be eligible for these rankings a law firm must have at least one lawyer listed in the 20th Edition of The Best Lawyers in America. The eligible firms then go through an in-depth analysis of rigorous evaluations from clients, lawyers, and peers to determine their ranking. U.S. News & World Report explains that “the 2015 rankings are based on the highest number of participating firms and highest number of client ballots on record. Over 17,000 attorneys provided almost 600,000 law firm assessments, and almost 7,500 clients provided more than 40,000 evaluations.” According to CEO and co-founder of U.S. News & World Report Steven Naifeh, “For five years, we have combined massive amounts of hard data with peer reviews and client assessments to develop our law firm rankings, Increasingly, clients tell us that ours are the most thorough, accurate, and helpful rankings of law firms available anywhere.”
Recognition as Tier 1 for a law firm distinguishes its attorneys as the leading professionals in their practice. The two categories in which Messing, Rudavsky & Weliky P.C., has been recognized signify that our attorneys are viewed as first-rate both within and outside the courtroom. The recognition includes the full range of other litigation services advice, negotiation, mediation – that we provide to individual employees.
We’re proud to receive such an honor, and gratified that our track record built over 25 years of advocating for the fair treatment of all workers across Massachusetts is respected by the legal community at large.