The 2021 edition of Chambers USA has ranked Saiber LLC and four of its attorneys within the General Commercial Litigation, Gaming, Corporate/M&A, and Real Estate categories.
Saiber ranked as a Band 4 firm in New Jersey for General Commercial Litigation. The 2021 publication describes a client as saying: “They work well together and are well prepared. They are easy to work with and make difficult situations easier to manage." Chambers also ranked Saiber’s Real Estate practice as a Band 4 firm in New Jersey. The group was described as being "responsive, capable, thoughtful and practical." In addition, one client notes: “Saiber's strength is the experience of its attorneys, and their non-confrontational nature in transactions." Adding: "Their knowledge is deep and wide, and they have always provided us with excellent representation."
Chambers ranked William Maderer as a Band 2 practitioner in Commercial Litigation in New Jersey, winning praise for “his handling of a diverse array of commercial disputes.” Adding that he “offers significant experience representing companies in shareholder disputes, as well as conducting internal investigations.”
Gaming practice Chair Jeremy Kleiman received a Band 3 designation in the Nationwide Gaming & Licensing category, with clients noting that “he has real expertise and familiarity with online gaming, and he is responsive, bright and a pleasure to work with." Jeremy was also described as being “tapped into what's going on in the whole of the U.S. He is incredibly pragmatic and he has good relationships with the regulators."
Rand Schillinger was also ranked in the 2021 publication as a Band 3 practitioner within the New Jersey Environment category. Randi was described as being a “very good lawyer,” with her clients being “very happy with her advice and level of follow-up.”
The 2021 publication also ranked Ira Marcus in the New Jersey Corporate/M&A category, noting that he is "on top of the issues and gets the deal done."
Chambers USA ranks lawyers and law firms on several factors and considerations, all of which are investigated by its team of more than 200 researchers. A description of the selection methodology can be found at: https://chambers.com/research/methodology. No aspect of these advertisements have been approved by the Supreme Court of New Jersey.