New Jersey (PRWEB UK) 11 December 2015
Labor Law Plus® US Immigration Head of Practice, Anthony Siliato was recognized for the second year running in the recently published 2016 Edition of US News - Best Lawyers In America, for his work in the area of Immigration Law in the group’s affiliated New Jersey-based law firm Meyner and Landis LLP.
In addition, Meyner and Landis LLP received the highest ranking available (a Tier 1 ranking) in the 2016 Edition of U.S. News - Best Lawyers "Best Law Firms" in New Jersey for Immigration Law.
This recognition is based on a combination of client feedback, information provided on the Law Firm Survey, the Law Firm Leaders Survey and Best Lawyers peer-review.
Labor Law Plus is the global labor and employment practice of Transatlantic Law International, a London-based global legal service firm which supports international businesses in over 90 countries worldwide.
Founded over 15 years ago by General Counsel from Fortune 500 companies, Labor Law Plus delivers seamless labor and employment law services and support through its unique global service platform harnessing the expertise of leading independent firms and lawyers – with a cutting edge approach to delivering solutions quickly ensuring that the clients’ business objectives are met.
Erik Lazar, founding director of Transatlantic Law and Labor Law Plus said, “Tony is an outstanding lawyer and a leader in US immigration law. We congratulate him on this recognition, which exemplifies the excellence of our global group. We are very pleased that his expertise has been recognised again at this level.”
Based in London, United Kingdom, Labor Law Plus® (http://www.laborlawplus.com) is the global labor and employment practice of Transatlantic Law International (http://www.transatlanticlaw.com), a leading innovator in global business law with over 3500 lawyers in independent affiliated firms worldwide. Since 2001, TALI has been a leader in delivering global legal services efficiently and cost effectively in new ways to companies and investors seeking growth and restructuring worldwide.