Weintraub Tobin Ranked in U.S. News – Best Lawyers® 2022 “Best Law Firms”

Weintraub has been recognized with numerous rankings in the 2022 edition of U.S. News – Best Lawyers® “Best Law Firms.” The tiered rankings are assigned to law firm practice groups by metropolitan area. Thousands of firms are considered and reviewed nationwide through a detailed evaluation process before U.S. News and Best Lawyers® make selections for “Best Law Firms” rankings. The complete list is published on the U.S. News website.

Weintraub Tobin received Tier 1 rankings in the following practice areas and locations:

Commercial Litigation (Sacramento)

Corporate Law (Sacramento)

Litigation – Banking & Finance (Sacramento)

Litigation – Real Estate (Sacramento)

Litigation – Trusts & Estates (Sacramento)

Mergers & Acquisitions Law (Sacramento)

Real Estate Law (Sacramento)

Trusts & Estates Law (Sacramento)

Additional rankings include:

Bankruptcy and Creditor Debtor Rights / Insolvency and Reorganization Law (Sacramento, Tier 2)

Bet-the-Company Litigation (Sacramento, Tier 3)

Business Organizations (Including LLCs and Partnerships) (Sacramento, Tier 2)

Commercial Transactions / UCC Law (Sacramento, Tier 2)

Employment Law – Management (Sacramento, Tier 3)

Litigation – Banking & Finance (Orange County, Tier 2)

Litigation – Intellectual Property (San Diego, Tier 2)

Litigation – Labor & Employment (Sacramento, Tier 2)

Litigation – Patent (San Diego, Tier 2)

Litigation – Real Estate (Orange County, Tier 2)

Litigation – Tax (Sacramento, Tier 3)

Litigation – Trusts & Estates (San Francisco, Tier 2)

Tax Law (Sacramento, Tier 2)

Best Lawyers® is recognized as one of the most esteemed peer review guides worldwide in the legal profession. “Best Law Firms” rankings are achieved based on extensive peer-review evaluations from well-respected attorneys in similar practice areas as well as from client evaluations. Several factors are taken into consideration such as expertise, integrity, responsiveness, understanding of a business and its needs, cost-effectiveness, civility, and the rate of referrals.