Lighthouse, a leader in technology-enabled eDiscovery and information governance services, announced today, for the second year in a row, it has earned a prestigious Band 1 ranking from Chambers & Partners. Beating out all others in the U.S. for the top ranked litigation support eDiscovery company, Lighthouse jumped from its Band 3 ranking in 2021 to Band 1 in 2022 and 2023.
In addition, it was announced that Jamie Brown has received a Band 2 individual ranking with Lon Troyer being noted as a "Potential" for ranking next year. Both recognized for the second year in a row.
“I’m honored to be recognized for a second year,” said Jamie Brown, vice president, Global Advisory Services at Lighthouse. “Chambers & Partners yearly ranking lists are the legal industry’s top benchmark of the who’s who in the field. To be recognized with my peers, and bring further awareness of the incredible work we do for our clients at Lighthouse, is meaningful.”
“To again be recognized by Chambers & Partners this year is exciting,” said Lon Troyer, vice president of Review and Advanced Analytics. “While this honor means a lot to me personally, I’m equally excited about what it says about Lighthouse—our work and employee talent is some of the best in the entire legal industry. I couldn’t be happier to represent the company and my amazing colleagues.”
Chambers USA is the leading legal directory ranking the top lawyers and law firms across the USA. Their legal rankings are based on in-depth market analysis and independent research. Based on the research conducted, awards are presented to firms to celebrate their achievements and developments, taking into account:
- Notable achievements
- Impressive strategic growth
- Distinguished client service
Law firms, companies, and individual lawyers/professionals are ranked in bands from 1 (highest) to 6 (lowest). The qualities on which rankings are assessed include:
- Technical legal ability
- Professional conduct
- Client service
- Commercial astuteness
- Other qualities most valued by the client