Chicago 312-214-7900 | Cleveland 440-953-8888 | New York 646-933-1000

About Us

DiCello Levitt was formed through the partnership of Mark DiCello from The DiCello Firm, who had been successfully pursuing medical device and pharmaceutical cases from the firm’s Cleveland office and Adam Levitt, who previously founded Grant & Eisenhofer’s Chicago office and chaired that firm’s Consumer Protection and Products Liability Litigation Group, through which he led numerous nationwide class action cases resulting in groundbreaking resolutions. And with the addition of Greg Gutzler, leading the New York office and the firm’s commercial practice, DiCello Levitt offers a wide suite of plaintiff-oriented complex litigation matters. Joined by partners Robert “Bobby” DiCello, John Tangren, Amy Keller, and Ken Abbarno, and a dedicated team of senior counsel, associates, and staff, the Firm is united in its dedication to justice, and our attorneys are among the most renowned plaintiffs’ attorneys in the nation.

Providing nationwide legal service from our offices in Chicago, Cleveland, and New York.

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Our Purpose

By bringing together top plaintiffs’ attorneys in our Chicago, Cleveland, and New York offices, we strive to obtain justice for our clients across the United States and around the world who have experienced significant financial and/or physical injuries at the hands of powerful defendants. With the sophistication and resources to effectively maneuver the most challenging cases and the decades of courtroom experience to achieve victory, DiCello Levitt is committed to winning full recovery for plaintiffs in every case we pursue.

Who We Serve

Our attorneys have the ability to successfully try cases across the spectrum of complex commercial litigation, financial fraud and securities litigation, public litigation, class actions, defective drug and device cases, catastrophic injuries, and other areas of law. To that end, we serve individuals, small businesses, hedge funds, financial entities, shareholders, investors, and other plaintiffs who have been wronged by the negligent, reckless, or intentional acts of another.