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Chambers USA Again Ranks Holwell Shuster & Goldberg a Leading Firm


Partners Mike Shuster, Dan Goldberg, and Blair Kaminsky Also Recognized Individually in 2024 Guide

New York—Holwell Shuster & Goldberg LLP has been recognized as a leading firm for Litigation: General Commercial in New York (Band 2) in the Chambers USA 2024 guide. Additionally, founding partners Mike Shuster and Dan Goldberg, along with partner and HSG management committee member Blair Kaminsky, again received individual recognition in this year’s guide.

Clients and industry peers note, “The lawyers are all exceptional, very skilled top to bottom. What is impressive about them is that they connect clients to the subject matter expert needed instantly,” with others adding the firm “does a great job of keeping clients informed on a timely basis and anticipating and raising issues before they materialize.”

All three partners were recognized for general commercial litigation in New York.

  • Mike (Band 1) has been ranked by Chambers since 2004 and is recognized as “a brilliant trial lawyer and strategic thinker” who is “very sharp, explains things clearly, and is willing to think outside the box.” One client noted, “He truly wants what’s best for me.”
  • Dan (Band 6) is touted as being effective and communicating well with clients, with others describing him as a “tenacious commercial litigator.”
  • Blair (Band 6) is lauded as “absolutely top-notch, smart as a whip” and “the right balance of calm, aggressive, and focused.” Another source adds, “She has a unique capability to understand and synthesize the nuances of case details, combined with stellar project management and strategic thinking.”

Both HSG and Mike were also ranked in Chambers’ Spotlight Table for Securities Institutional Plaintiffs: Mainly RMBS Litigation in Band 1.

The recognition from Chambers comes on the heels of two massive trial wins the firm secured in the past two months alone. In the first, HSG secured a $101 million jury verdict against Walmart in a lawsuit alleging the company wrongfully cancelled its contract to purchase personal protective equipment during the pandemic; in the second, the firm secured a jury verdict finding Boeing liable for $81.3 million for misappropriating substantial trade secrets related to the development of electric and hybrid-electric aircrafts.

HSG’s complete Chambers rankings are available here.

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