Wigdor LLP is proud to announce that the Firm and its Founding Partner, Douglas H. Wigdor, have been recognized in the Chambers and Partners USA 2019 Guide for the category of Labor and Employment: Mainly Plaintiffs Representation in New York.
According to the Chambers USA 2019 Guide, “Douglas Wigdor has a strong track record of representing plaintiffs in high-profile discrimination, harassment and wrongful termination claims. A client comments: ‘He is incredibly hard-working and committed to my cause, and he gives very solid, straightforward advice.'”
Chambers is widely recognized by the legal profession as one of the most prestigious lawyer directories in the world. Often referred to as the “gold standard” in attorney rankings, Chambers publishes over 10 annual guidebooks of the top lawyers and law firms globally. Its rigorous selection process includes independent research by over 200 research analysts and interviews with law firm clients and professional references. Rankings are based on several factors, including technical legal ability, professional conduct, client service, commercial awareness, diligence, commitment and value.
Statement from Douglas H. Wigdor, Founding Partner at Wigdor LLP:
“It is a true honor to be listed among the very few plaintiffs’ employment lawyers in New York that have received recognition from Chambers USA. We are grateful that our clients continually recognize our Firm as a leader in client service, dedication and substantive knowledge of employment law. The Firm strives to provide an unparalleled commitment to the individual needs of our clients on a daily basis, and I believe our recognition by Chambers is a testament to that.”
About Wigdor LLP
For over 16 years, Wigdor LLP has paved the road to justice on behalf of victims of corporate misconduct at the highest levels. Under the tenacious leadership of its Founding Partner, Douglas H. Wigdor, the Firm has represented plaintiffs in some of the most closely watched employment discrimination, sexual harassment and sexual assault cases in recent years. These include multiple cases of alleged sexual abuse by Harvey Weinstein, the Dominque Strauss-Kahn sexual assault case, the Delhi Uber rape case that led to numerous executive resignations, and sexual harassment and discrimination lawsuits against numerous large employers, including Fox News, Macy’s, Walmart, Sephora and virtually every large financial institution. The Firm is particularly well known for battling pay inequality on behalf of women on Wall Street. Due to the Firm’s highly respected stature within the legal community, the attorneys at Wigdor LLP possess a rare negotiating power that is unseen by most boutique plaintiffs’ firms. As a result, the Firm is able to settle the vast majority of its cases, often before a complaint is ever filed. These confidential settlements total over $1 Billion.