Ariana J. Tadler Earns Band 1 Ranking in 2019 Chambers USA Litigation: E-Discovery Category

Chambers and Partners has recognized Milberg Tadler Phillips Grossman LLP partner Ariana J. Tadler as one of the leading E-Discovery litigation lawyers in the country in its 2019 edition of Chambers Global and USA rankings.

Ms. Tadler earned Global, USA, and Nationwide, Band 1 ranking in the Litigation: E-Discovery practice area, the highest ranking in the category. This is the 7th consecutive year Ms. Tadler has been ranked by Chambers.

In its review, Chambers noted that market commentators describe Ms. Tadler as “an absolutely first-rate practitioner, as well as being a remarkable consensus-builder under difficult circumstances.” Other commentators also noted that “Ariana Tadler stands out as a practitioner with excellent knowledge and skilled application as a litigator with specific expertise in that combination of e-discovery, data privacy and security, and information governance.”

Ms. Tadler has extensive experience litigating and managing complex matters and securities, consumer, and data breach class actions, including high profile, fast-paced cases. She is recognized as one of the nation’s preeminent authorities on electronic discovery and pioneered the establishment of an E-Discovery Practice group within a plaintiffs’ firm. Ms. Tadler is the only plaintiffs’ lawyer to have received a Band 1 ranking repeatedly by Chambers and Partners in the Litigation: E-Discovery category.

Chambers ranks law firms and lawyers based on in-depth interviews with attorneys and corporate counsel.

Capabilities

Milberg Tadler’s lawyers have represented consumers, investors and businesses, in important cases for over four decades, and serve as lead counsel in numerous courts throughout the United States. Headquartered in New York, the firm represents clients nationally with expanded class action, mass tort, e-discovery, consumer litigation and shareholder rights capabilities, and possesses the resources to take on the largest abusers and offenders of the public trust.