Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business has ranked four partners in McCarter’s Products Liability, Mass Torts & Consumer Class Actions practice in the 2021 publication.
Edward Fanning is ranked as a Band 1 Litigation: Product Liability practitioner in New Jersey. Recognized for the fifth consecutive year, the publication states that he “offers notable skill in handling large class actions.”
Ranked as a Band 1 Litigation: Product Liability lawyer in New Jersey for the 14th consecutive year is David R. Kott. In the guide, a client interviewee notes that David “is an exemplary trial and appellate lawyer. His knowledge of the law and ability to present to the courts and jury are tremendous.”
Natalie Mantell has been ranked in 2021 for the first time and is “highlighted for her expertise on behalf of pharmaceutical and medical technologies clients in product liability litigation.” In the guide, a client interviewee referred to Natalie as “particularly excellent.”
Recommended for “his extensive experience in product liability disputes,” Kenneth Meyer is ranked for the third consecutive year. The guide notes that Kenneth “regularly defends corporations within the industrial sector against personal injury claims as a result of defective design.”
McCarter’s Products Liability, Mass Torts & Consumer Class Actions practice was also recognized in the Nationwide rankings. Clients describe the group as having “significant expertise in pharmaceutical and medical device product liability mandates, [and r]egularly appears in federal and state courts in class action, mass tort, and multidistrict litigation.” Chambers USA is widely considered the nation’s premier survey of law firms. Rankings are based on in-depth interviews with clients and lawyers, focusing on firms’ legal skills, professional conduct, client service, and commercial awareness.
This award is conferred by Chambers and Partners. A description of the selection methodology can be found at (Chambers Methodology). No aspect of this advertisement has been approved by the Supreme Court of New Jersey.