Wilentz, Goldman & Spitzer, P.A. has been recognized by Chambers USA 2019 as a leading law firm in Healthcare, Real Estate, Real Estate: Zoning/Land Use, General Commercial Litigation, and Environment in New Jersey. Fourteen Wilentz lawyers have also been ranked as leading lawyers in their field(s) of practice.
In the 2019 edition, Chambers USA ranks Wilentz among the top two healthcare practices in New Jersey, based in part on market sources that describe Wilentz's “impressive healthcare offering that incorporates a broad scope of expertise,” and clients that describe the team as "experts for regulatory and transactional work," and as "a phenomenal firm."
On the real estate side, Chambers USA ranks Wilentz among the State’s top ten practices for “expertise covering the breadth of real estate matters,” and a “significant land use practice, with notable expertise in rezoning, site planning and obtaining land use approvals, which bolsters the firm’s ability to handle a whole host of redevelopment work.” The new edition includes commentary by clients and market sources describing the team as "exceptional land use lawyers" for their ability to handle projects "from a global level" and for "great relationships with city officials."
On the litigation side, Chambers USA again ranked Wilentz among New Jersey’s top firms for General Commercial Litigation, lauding the team for being "well recognized for its strong trial experience,” and for clients that describe Wilentz litigators as “outstanding" and "master strategists," who "work extremely well together and are truly dedicated to their clients."
The 2019 edition ranks Wilentz’s Environmental team among the “notable practitioners” in New Jersey and ranks a Wilentz corporate lawyer and a bankruptcy and creditors' rights lawyer in the lawyer ranking tables.
Chambers USA 2019 is published by Chambers and Partners. Chambers USA is a private peer review publication, not court specific public certification vehicle. No aspect of this advertisement has been submitted to or approved by the Supreme Court of New Jersey.