KPMG Tops ALM Reader Rankings In Midwest And West Coast

KPMG Tops ALM Reader Rankings In Midwest And West Coast

Firm Tops Nine Categories in Recorder and National Law Journal Midwest Reader Rankings for Range of Litigation Consulting, Forensic and Investigations Services

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The National Law Journal Best of the Midwest and The Recorder’s 2016 Best reader rankings found KPMG LLP, the U.S. audit, tax, and advisory firm, the top service provider in nine categories for the firm’s litigation consulting services, risk management, investigation capabilities and forensic services. The firm was also named a number two or three provider in 10 other categories by the ALM sister publications, such as expert witness provider cybersecurity risk consulting firm and end-to-end eDiscovery provider.

“We are honored to be recognized for our work to help clients across the country to prevent, detect and respond to misconduct and to proactively manage the challenges that litigation and regulatory enforcement actions pose,” said Richard H. Girgenti, National and Americas Leader for Forensic Advisory Services for KPMG LLP. “These awards are also a testament to our efforts to make the discovery process more cost-efficient and to help our clients safeguard their information.”

KPMG’s Forensic practice helps organizations accomplish the highest level of integrity and manage the cost and risk of litigation, investigations, and regulatory enforcement actions by assisting with the prevention, detection, and response to fraud, waste, abuse, and other forms of misconduct; the avoidance and resolution of disputes; and the collection, discovery and analysis of electronically stored information.

The Recorder’s Best Rankings

Number 1:

  • Litigation Consulting Services
  • Global Risk & Investigation Services
  • Predictive Coding Solution
  • Forensic Accounting Provider
  • Business Accounting Provider
  • Forensic Experts
  • Corporate Investigations Provider

Number 2:

  • End-to-end eDiscovery Provider
    Number 3:
  • Expert Witness Provider

National Law Journal Best of the Midwest Rankings

Number 1:

  • eDiscovery Mobile App
  • Litigation, Forensic Accounting & Financial Disputes Consultant

Number 2:

  • Cybersecurity Risk Consulting Firm
  • Data Privacy & Protection Services
  • Data & Technology Management eDiscovery Provider
  • Litigation Valuation Provider 
  • Business Accounting Provider

Number 3:

  • Managed eDiscovery & Litigation Support Provider
  • Global Risk & Investigations Consultant
  • Intellectual Property Litigation Consulting Services

KPMG has been consistently recognized for its leading forensic and litigation services. This past March, the 5th annual Best of National Law Journal rankings found the firm the number one service provider in four categories for the firm’s global risk and investigations, forensic accounting, data and technology management and litigation valuation services. The firm was also named a top three provider in eight other categories including National Law Journal’s first-ever best cyber security consultancy category earlier this year.

About the Rankings

The Recorder’s Best – KPMG was selected as a result of votes casted by over 2,200 readers from across the California legal market. The Recorder’s readers, representing individuals from every level of law firms, legal departments and legal services, cast their votes for the organizations which they feel best serve the legal marketplace.

National Law Journal Best of the Midwest
– KPMG was selected as a result of votes casted by more than 1,000 National Law Journal readers. From data technology products and banking services to law firm marketing and legal research, National Law Journal’s Best of the Midwest rankings showcase firms who prevailed among their competitors in providing legal professionals the essentials to compete in today’s legal market.

Editor’s note: KPMG LLP does not provide legal services.


KPMG LLP, the audit, tax and advisory firm (, is the U.S. member firm of KPMG International Cooperative (“KPMG International”). KPMG International’s member firms have 174,000 professionals, including more than 9,000 partners, in 155 countries.


Michael Rudnick
September 1, 2016

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