Chambers and Partners Recognizes Rivkin Radler

April 25, 2019 | Health Services | Insurance Coverage

Uniondale, New York – April 25, 2019 – The prestigious Chambers USA Directory has once again included Rivkin Radler LLP in its New York rankings.  The firm’s Insurance Coverage Practice Group is ranked in Band 3 in the Insurance: Dispute Resolution: Insurer category and its Health Services Practice Group ranked in Band 4 in the Healthcare category. Firm partner William M. Savino is a “Ranked Lawyer” in Band 3, while partner Benjamin P. Malerba is a “Recognized Practitioner.”

“Getting ranked in Chambers is a rigorous process,” said Managing Partner Evan H. Krinick. “I am pleased that our clients and colleagues from other firms had good things to say about us and our work. It serves to confirm that consistent delivery of superior legal work earns respect.”

Rivkin Radler’s clients include many of the world’s largest insurance companies. With an extensive and impressive history representing insurer interests, Rivkin Radler has handled more than 10,000 claims across nearly all 50 U.S. states.

The Chambers USA Guide states of the firm’s insurance practice: “Highly capable team that acts on major coverage litigation for insurers as well as providing comprehensive liability defense work. Particularly active in the property and casualty sphere, while also advising on an array of significant environmental and health insurance matters. Additional strength in cyber liability and data privacy disputes. Also offers experience advising on complex bad faith disputes.” The firm’s clients reported: “The service is excellent, well thought through and they consistently deliver quality representation.”

Also ranked among the best is Rivkin Radler’s Health Services Practice Group, which, according to Chambers, “has significant experience in advising providers and other healthcare entities on a range of issues and offers particular strength in transactional, regulatory compliance and enforcement matters as well as in criminal prosecutions. Expertise includes payment reform, Stark and HIPAA issues.”

According to Chambers, “Sources say they are a ‘well-rounded team with all of the expertise required to handle large healthcare transactions.’”

London-based Chambers and Partners has since 1990 published Chambers Directories; guides ranking attorneys and law firms, based on in-depth, objective research.  Historically, only the highest quality firms and attorneys have been included in Chambers. The yearlong submission process involves an extensive amount of detail about the firm, its attorneys, capabilities and representations. Additionally, key attorneys are interviewed by researchers who also solicit feedback from firm clients before determining whether a firm is worthy of inclusion in Chambers. The listing can be found at

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