November 11, 2014
Cabaniss Johnston has once again been named in the Best Law Firms rankings for 2015. Best Lawyers has partnered with U.S. News & World Report, the leading rankings publication in the United States, to establish the U.S. News – Best Lawyers “Best Law Firm” rankings. These rankings are presented in tiers both nationally and by metropolitan area, showcasing more than 10,000 different law firms ranked in one or more of 118 major practice areas. Achieving a high ranking is a special distinction that signals a unique combination of excellence and breadth of expertise.
Our Birmingham office was ranked Tier 2 nationally in the Railroad Law category.
Our Birmingham office was ranked in the following metropolitan categories: Tier 1 for Commercial Litigation, Corporate Law, Employee Benefits (ERISA) Law, Litigation – Construction, Litigation – Securities, Litigation – Trusts & Estates, Medical Malpractice Law – Defendants, Personal Injury Litigation – Defendants, Professional Malpractice Law – Defendants, Railroad Law, Securities/Capital Markets Law, Securities Regulation, Tax Law, Trust & Estates Law; Tier 2 for Construction Law, Employment Law – Management, Financial Services Regulation Law, Health Care Law, Labor Law – Management, Land Use & Zoning Law, Litigation – Banking and Finance, Litigation – Tax, Workers’ Compensation Law – Employers; and Tier 3 for Litigation – Antitrust, Mass Tort Litigation/Class Actions – Defendants, and Product Liability Litigation – Defendants.
Our Mobile office was ranked in the following metropolitan categories: Tier 1 for Commercial Litigation, Employment Law – Management, Insurance, Litigation – Banking & Finance, Litigation – Bankruptcy, Litigation – Environmental, Litigation – Labor & Employment, Municipal Law, Personal Injury Litigation – Defendants, Product Liability Litigation – Defendants, and Workers’ Compensation Law – Employers; and Tier 2 for Bankruptcy and Creditor Debtor Rights/Insolvency and Reorganization Law, Land Use & Zoning Law, and Litigation – Construction.