DiCello Levitt Co-Founding Partners Mark DiCello and Adam Levitt joined fellow winners of the Chicago Innovation Awards in New York City on August 7 to ring the opening bell of the Nasdaq Stock Market. The event aimed to shine a spotlight on the organizations driving the surge of innovation in the Chicago area and that make up the region’s vibrant economy.
“DiCello Levitt always strives to provide cutting-edge representation to its clients,” Levitt said. “It’s a privilege to have our work celebrated on such a global stage alongside so many other visionary members of the Chicago business community. This event is particularly meaningful in light of our firm’s recent material expansion of our securities litigation practice group, which has enhanced DiCello Levitt’s ability to provide the highest quality advocacy and representation to our hundreds of institutional investor clients in the United States and around the world.”
DiCello Levitt was named among more than 20 winners of the 2022 Chicago Innovation Awards, which honor large companies, startups, and nonprofits across industries that are solving a range of unmet needs in the marketplace. The recognition comes as the firm continues its rapid strategic growth as one of the nation’s premier complex issues and trial firms.
“When we established DiCello Levitt, we set out to create the most formidable plaintiffs-focused firm that attracts the best lawyers in the most important areas of complex litigation and puts them in positions to succeed,” DiCello said. “With our track record and our top-tier talent, we are showing what it means to innovate for the cause of justice.”
DiCello Levitt’s attorneys are highly respected for their ability to litigate and win cases. Collectively, they have secured billions of dollars in recoveries for their clients through class action, business-to-business, whistleblower, personal injury, civil rights, and mass tort litigation. They have worked on some of the most consequential securities actions ever filed; developed game-changing legal theories in the fields of data privacy and security, biotechnology, automotive defects, and other litigation; and have held some of the world’s largest corporations accountable for harming American consumers. Through the DiCello Levitt Trial Center, the firm is advancing trial practice and jury persuasion with a proprietary system that combines cognitive neuroscience, specialized focus group insights, and more to understand, engage, and influence jurors who are responsible for deciding high-stakes cases.