Chambers USA Recognizes ​Mrachek Law

CHAMBERS USA Recognizes ​Mrachek Law among America’s Leading Law Firms and Louis Mrachek and Stephen Page as among America’s Leading Lawyers.

The 2007 edition of Chambers USA has listed the litigation practice of Mrachek Law among Florida’s Law Firms and named Louis Mrachek and Stephen Page two of Florida’s Leading Lawyers.

Chambers USA is recognized for the quality of its investigations by experienced researchers who select attorneys for inclusion by conducting thousands of in-depth interviews with firm clients, key in-house counsel and practicing lawyers. Inclusion is based solely on merit. In its 2007 edition, Chambers USA said about the Firm:

“This “aggressive and technically smart” commercial litigation boutique has proved to be very successful for many leading clients and, unlike other larger firms, it rarely has to decline representation because of conflict of interest. As a boutique, it also offers clients “large-firm quality attorneys, just with a more streamlined fee system.” The firm has grown to 14 attorneys in its seven years, with 9 in West Palm Beach and five in the Stuart office, and is known for its vigorous defense of cases, especially in the securities, class action defense and employment litigation arenas. The firm has been representing Citigroup in 26 cases filed by opt-outs from the Worldcom class action, and has been representing a well-known law firm in an attorney professional malpractice case, where the initial demand was for $12 million.”

Chambers USA went on to praise Louis Mrachek and Stephen Page: Louis Mrachek’s performance in trials is outstanding,“according to clients; he has a matter-of-fact presentation style” and “quickly gets to the heart of the matter.” He concentrates on civil and commercial litigation including bankruptcy, creditors’ rights and class actions, and, inter alia, has represented HCA in a high-profile alleged tortious interference case in the past year. Stephen Page is another respected litigation here, who “recognizes early on in the proceedings the practical reality of any chosen route.” He “never bites off more than he can chew, he is careful about the amount of work he takes on so he can handle it properly.”