Skip to content

It looks like we may have content for your preferred language. Would you like to view this page in English?

Loeb & Loeb Earns Top Rankings in Chambers USA 2023

Loeb & Loeb is pleased to announce that 42 of the firm’s lawyers and 16 of its practice areas are recognized for excellence in the 2023 edition of Chambers USA, the definitive and most comprehensive resource guide for businesses seeking information on external legal counsel in the country.

Loeb once again received Chamber USA’s highest Band 1 ranking in the areas of Advertising, Media & Entertainment Law and Litigation, and Privacy & Data Security. The full list of practice areas for which Loeb is recognized as a top law firm includes:

Advertising: NAD Proceedings (Nationwide)
Advertising: Transactional & Regulatory (Nationwide)
Intellectual Property (Illinois)
Intellectual Property: Trademark, Copyright & Trade Secrets (Illinois)
Media & Entertainment: Advisory (New York)
Media & Entertainment: Litigation (California)
Media & Entertainment: Litigation (New York)
Media & Entertainment: Transactional (California)
Media & Entertainment: Transactional (Illinois)
Media & Entertainment (Tennessee)
Outsourcing (Nationwide)
Outsourcing (New York)
Privacy & Data Security: Highly Regarded (Nationwide)
Real Estate: Mainly Dirt (New York)
SPACs (Nationwide)
Technology & Outsourcing (Illinois)

The following Loeb lawyers are recognized as practice leaders in the 2023 Chambers USA guide:

Ken Adler (Nationwide Outsourcing; New York Outsourcing)
Roger Arar (New York Media & Entertainment: Advisory)
Jorge Arciniega (California Intellectual Property: Trademark, Copyright & Trade Secrets: Transactional)
Marla Aspinwall (California: Los Angeles & Surrounds: Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation) 
Marc Chamlin (New York Media & Entertainment: Advisory)
Marc Cohen (California Bankruptcy/Restructuring)
Derek Crownover (Tennessee Media & Entertainment)
Terence Cuff (Southern California Tax, Senior Statespeople)
Andy DeVooght (Illinois Litigation: White-Collar Crime & Government Investigations)
Tal Dickstein (New York Media & Entertainment: Litigation)
Joe Duffy (Illinois Litigation: White-Collar Crime & Government Investigations)
Tiffany Dunn (Tennessee Media & Entertainment)
Scott Edel (California Media & Entertainment: Transactional)
Ross Emmerman (Illinois Private Equity: Buyouts) 
Ken Florin (Nationwide Advertising: Transactional & Regulatory)
John Frankenheimer (California Media & Entertainment: Transactional)
John Gatti (California Media & Entertainment: Litigation)
David Grossman (California Intellectual Property: Trademark, Copyright & Trade Secrets; California Media & Entertainment: Litigation)
Brian Heidelberger (Nationwide Advertising: Transactional & Regulatory; Illinois Media & Entertainment: Transactional)
Nate Hole (Illinois  Media & Entertainment: Transactional)
Wook Hwang (New York Media & Entertainment: Litigation)
Thomas Jirgal (Nationwide Advertising: NAD Proceedings)
Benjamin Kabak (New York Outsourcing, Associates to Watch)
Carol Kaplan (New York Media & Entertainment: Theater) 
Arash Khalili (Nationwide Sports Law: Esports)
Jessica Lee (Nationwide Privacy & Data Security: AdTech; Nationwide Privacy & Data Security)
David Mallen (Nationwide Advertising: NAD Proceedings)
Doug Masters (Illinois Intellectual Property: Trademark, Copyright & Trade Secrets)
Mitch Nussbaum (Nationwide SPACs)
Libby O'Neill (Nationwide Advertising: NAD Proceedings, Up and Coming)
Paul Rohrer (California Real Estate: Zoning/Land Use)
Seth Rose (Nationwide Sports Law: Esports; Illinois Media & Entertainment: Transactional)
Ray Sanseverino (New York Real Estate: Mainly Dirt)
Stefan Schick (New York Media & Entertainment: Theater)
Alison Pollock Schwartz (Nationwide Outsourcing; Illinois Technology & Outsourcing)
Barry Slotnick (New York Media & Entertainment: Litigation)
Ken Sold (New York Real Estate: Mainly Dirt) 
Akiba Stern (Nationwide Outsourcing; New York Outsourcing)
Denise Stevens (Tennessee Media & Entertainment) 
Jim Taylor (Nationwide Advertising: Transactional & Regulatory)
Tim Warnock (Tennessee Intellectual Property; Tennessee Media & Entertainment; Tennessee Litigation: General Commercial) 
Jonathan Zavin (New York Media & Entertainment: Litigation)

Stay tuned for Loeb & Loeb's rankings in the 2023 Chambers High Net Worth guide, which will be released in July 2023. The guide is specifically aimed at the international private wealth market, and its rankings are determined by independent research conducted by a dedicated team of private wealth researchers.

Chambers and Partners is the leading independent research company delivering detailed rankings and insight into the world's leading lawyers, employing a team of over 200 researchers who conduct tens of thousands of interviews a year with in-house counsel and third-party experts to delivering detailed insight into providers of legal services. Chambers empowers organizations to make informed decisions when selecting legal services, saving time and resources and reducing risk. To learn more, please visit the Chambers and Partners website.