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Chambers Global 2024 Ranks Jackson Lewis' International Employment and Immigration Practices, and Immigration Group Co-Leader Amy L. Peck

NEW YORK, NY (February 22, 2024) Nationwide employment law firm Jackson Lewis P.C. is pleased to announce it has been recognized by the Chambers Global Legal Guide 2024, in the areas of “Labour & Employment” and “Immigration: Business.” Co-Leader of the firm’s Immigration group, Amy L. Peck, was also ranked in the Guide. The Guide ranks the top global lawyers and law firms in more than 200 jurisdictions across the world.


“We are proud to be recognized in the Labour & Employment category for 11 consecutive years,” said International Employment group Co-Leaders Minnie Fu and John L. Sander in a joint statement. “International labor and employment matters are complex, and our attorneys maintain an outward, global perspective on business through their collaboration with L&E Global, which is also ranked in the Guide. Our client-centric and pragmatic approach has propelled us toward success and this recognition reinforces the value we provide to companies all over the world.”


Jackson Lewis’ International Employment group provides legal advice in a global context and has a well-established reputation for counseling and defending multinational corporations and emerging businesses on every type of workplace law matter. Many of the attorneys within the group have served as in-house counsel and have a wide range of experience managing international employment issues in more than 100 countries.


L&E Global, of which the firm is a founding member, was also ranked in the “Global: Multi-Jurisdictional” category. L&E Global is a top-rated global alliance comprised of labor and employment law boutiques as well as labor/employment law departments of leading firms throughout the world. Jackson Lewis and L&E Global members are committed to cost effective, creative and flexible fee structures which provide the service level of a global law firm.


Amy was ranked for the seventh consecutive year by the Chambers Global Legal Guide 2024 in the “Immigration: Business” category. She focuses her practice on complex immigration and workplace compliance issues, especially those that intersect employment and immigration law. Amy approaches client service with the understanding that businesses need practical advice that looks at issues from multiple perspectives and she assists a range of employers with I-9 inspections, including clients in the sports, logistics, manufacturing and agriculture sectors.


“It is an honor to be recognized by Chambers Global along with the firm’s Immigration team,” said Amy, who serves as co-leader of the firm’s Immigration group along with Michael H. Neifach and Otieno B. Ombok. “The rankings are a testament to the comprehensive services that we provide to address clients’ needs quickly and efficiently, in both the compliance and immigration benefits areas. In 2023, Jackson Lewis’ Immigration group handled more than 10,000 cases, which is a demonstration of our capabilities to provide innovative immigration solutions for both U.S. and foreign-based employers.”


Amy previously served for 12 years as one of 21 directors elected to the Board of Governors of the 14,000-member American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) and is the current chair of the AILA National Verification Committee, which liaises with USCIS, ICE and OCAHO on I-9, E-verify and related worksite issues. She previously served on the Board of Trustees of the American Immigration Council.


The firm’s Immigration group helps employers access the best global talent, ensure compliance with immigration-related requirements in the workplace and manage an increasingly diverse workforce. The group provides comprehensive services to address clients’ needs quickly and effectively in both the compliance and immigration benefits areas. Jackson Lewis provides innovative and cost-effective immigration guidance to employers, including identifying creative visa options and strategies for the global migration of critical staff and hiring of foreign workers.


The Chambers Global methodology involves thorough research into the firm, its clientele and reputation, conducted by a team of dedicated researchers. Through extensive analysis of the legal market, Chambers Global provides valuable insights into the top law firms and legal professionals globally.


About Jackson Lewis    
Focused on labor and employment law since 1958, Jackson Lewis P.C.’s 1,000+ attorneys located in major cities nationwide consistently identify and respond to new ways workplace law intersects business. We help employers develop proactive strategies, strong policies and business-oriented solutions to cultivate high-functioning workforces that are engaged, stable and diverse, and share our clients' goals to emphasize inclusivity and respect for the contribution of every employee.    

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