Benchmark Litigation 2021 Recognizes DiCello Levitt Attorneys and Practices

Oct 08, 2020

CHICAGO Benchmark Litigation has recognized complex litigation firm DiCello Levitt LLC as a nationally-recommended top plaintiffs’ firm—one of only twelve firms to be recognized—, as well as a recommended litigation firm in Illinois.

Additionally, the Benchmark Litigation 2021 guide has recognized the following partners:

  • Mark DiCello —  Litigation Star:  Product Liability, Personal Injury (OH)
  • Adam Levitt — National Litigation Star: Securities, and Litigation Star (IL)
  • Greg Gutzler — Litigation Star:  Commercial, Securities, Competition/Antitrust (NY)
  • Amy Keller — Future Star (IL)

Referencing one of the firm’s clients when speaking with Benchmark Litigation researchers, the client “felt VERY well taken care of.”

Eschewing the singular approaches employed by many other firms, DiCello Levitt has remained dedicated to achieving excellence across a number of different practice areas, representing investors, businesses, and consumers in class actions, businesses—including hedge funds and private equity funds—in commercial litigation, whistleblowers in qui tam litigation, individuals in single-event personal injury cases, and state Attorneys General in public client litigation—among its many other practice areas.  Having increased its attorney headcount to 26—an almost 200% increase since its founding—the firm operates out of offices in Chicago, Cleveland, New York, St. Louis, and its recently-opened Washington, DC office.

Since 2008, Benchmark Litigation continues to be the only publication focusing exclusively on U.S. litigation. Rankings result from the culmination of a six-month research period, during which Benchmark researchers conduct interviews with litigators and their clients, in which recent casework handled by the firms is examined, and sources are asked to offer their professional opinions on the attorneys practicing within their state or national practice areas. For more information about Benchmark Litigation, please visit

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