Novack and Macey LLP is proud to announce that Chambers and Partners USA, the annual guide to the world’s best lawyers and law firms, has again recognized Novack and Macey for its work in Commercial Litigation in Illinois and ranked co-founding partners Stephen Novack and Eric N. Macey as leaders in their field.
Chambers described Novack and Macey as a “well-regarded litigation firm that assists plaintiffs and defendants with a broad range of complex matters. It is also known for its representation of legal industry professionals, and its significant appellate offering. Expertise includes consumer fraud, online privacy, and breach of contracts work.”
The firm is proficient at handling litigation involving sectors such as real estate, financial services, manufacturing, and healthcare, and in resolving partnership and closely-held company disputes.
Chambers described Stephen Novack as having “a wealth of experience defending corporate clients in large-scale class-action suits and institutional litigation involving civil fraud, breaches of contract and wrongful conduct, among other issues."
Chambers described Eric Macey as being "recognized for his strength in both state and federal court proceedings involving a range of commercial disputes, including consumer fraud and unfair business practice suits."
Novack and Macey’s Managing Partner Donald A. Tarkington commented, “We are extremely proud of our rankings in Chambers USA. This accolade is a true testament to our commitment of providing excellent service to our clients. It’s rewarding to see our hard work recognized year after year by our clients, peers, and the Chambers’ researchers who interviewed them.”
- Stephen Novack is listed in Band 1 for Commercial Litigation
- Eric N. Macey is listed in Band 3 for Commercial Litigation
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About Chambers and Partners USA
Chambers and Partners USA annually ranks the leading U.S. firms and attorneys based on in-depth research, as well as client and peer interviews. Attorneys are evaluated on their legal knowledge and experience, ability and effectiveness, and client service. Chambers undertakes an independent and objective process, and inclusion in the guide is based solely on the research team’s findings.