06.27.24

Massumi + Consoli Ranked as a Leading Firm by The Legal 500 U.S. for Various Accolades, Including Its Expanded Nationwide Capabilities and Outstanding Business Acumen

Massumi + Consoli is pleased to announce that it has been ranked as a Leading Firm for the first time in The Legal 500 United States guide for various accolades, including its expanded nationwide capabilities and business acumen. The 2024 edition of the guide is the first to include the firm, which was founded in 2015 and has ascended into the rankings at a record pace to join a list of peers founded decades earlier.

 

The guide praises the firm for its “great knowledge of their clients and the industries in which they operate,” noting that “outstanding business sense describes the individuals of this group” and that “the team is always close to their clients and anticipates their needs.”

 

Massumi + Consoli is recognized as a “Leading Firm” in the M&A: Middle-Market (Sub-$500M) category, where the guide emphasizes the group’s dedication to clients, responsiveness, deep subject matter expertise, M&A experience and nimble collaborative approach as core components of the firm’s practice.

 

Additionally, the firm has been named a “Firm to Watch” in the Private Equity Buyouts: Middle-Market (Up to $500M) category, where it has been recognized for “[continuing] to expand its nationwide capabilities by hiring a New York-based consortium of lawyers in 2023 to match the firm’s growing workload in [the] middle-market.”

 

The firm has also been named a “Firm to Watch” for US Taxes: Non-Contentious category, where the guide highlights the firm’s expertise in providing tax advice on middle market private equity transactions.

 

In addition to the firm’s practice recognitions, Adeeb Fadil has again been recognized as a “Hall of Fame” lawyer in the Environment: Transactional category.

 

Recognized Practices:

  • M&A: Middle-Market (Sub-$500M)
  • Private Equity Buyouts: Middle-Market (Up to $500M)
  • US Taxes: Non-Contentious

 

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